GUNS IN OUR SOCIETY: “Schools and Gun Violence”

Screen shot 2017-03-27 at 3.37.26 PMCAGV Chair, Toni Wellen and Steering Committee member, Jacqueline Inda interview elected officials and members of the community each month on issues of gun violence prevention. CAGV’s 30-minute show “GUNS IN OUR SOCIETY” views on TVSB on Demand and  focuses on issues Continue reading “GUNS IN OUR SOCIETY: “Schools and Gun Violence””

Guns in Our Society

GUNS IN OUR SOCIETY: A new program by the Coalition Against Gun Violence will be inaugurated on SBTV, Channel 17, at the following times:  Saturday, January 30 at 10:00 am, Sunday, January 31 at 2:30 pm and Tuesday, February 2 at 5:00 pm

Each month CAGV will discuss a different aspect of gun violence using an interview format with guests from our community.  The first program is about the Safe Storage of Firearms in Homes and Safety in Our Schools.  Continue reading “Guns in Our Society”

Movie Screening 04/07/2016

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Barack Obama: Guns Are Our Shared Responsibility

(the following is from the NYT, Jan 7, 2016)

“THE epidemic of gun violence in our country is a crisis. Gun deaths and injuries constitute one of the greatest threats to public health and to the safety of the American people. Every year, more than 30,000 Americans have their lives cut short by guns. Suicides. Domestic violence. Gang shootouts. Accidents. Hundreds of thousands of Americans have lost brothers and sisters, or buried their own children. We’re the only advanced nation on earth that sees this kind of mass violence with this frequency.

Congresswoman Capps’ Statement: President Obama’s Executive Actions will strengthen gun safety standards.

(WASHINGTON, January 5, 2016) Today, Rep Lois Capps (CA-24) issued the following statement after joining President Barack Obama at the White House for his announcement of executive actions to strengthen gun safety standards:
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