The title of this story says a lot: "After Newtown Shooting, Parents Enter a Lonely Quiet." In Eli Saslow's powerful Washington Post story, we get a close look at a family grieving and trying to heal after losing their six-year-old. But it is their work to try to change gun laws in America that reminds us of the enduring tragedy—that since the Sandy Hook school shooting, no real action has been taken to reduce gun violence. And that prolongs the heartbreak. We do not need quiet—we need action.