Nationally we need to have conversations on the subject of gun violence and its effects on society. Read this Stockton Record Guest Column by Adrienne Egeland.
View the slide show of the very successful 2016 “Not One More” event sponsored by Cleveland School Remembers / Draw it Out.
Cleveland School Remembers makes the Safety for All List
THE POWER TO SAVE LIVES IS IN OUR HANDS:
TOGETHER, WE CAN KEEP OUR COMMUNITIES SAFE.
More than 32,000 Americans lose their lives to gun violence each year. There have been 150 school shootings since Sandy Hook. Yet the NRA has obstructed even the most basic efforts to curb gun violence.
But in California, we can defeat the NRA in 2016 by going straight to voters through an historic ballot initiative. To win, we need your help. http://safetyforall.com/
Couple this with easy access to automatic weapons, and our society has real problems!
“The roster of America’s most notorious mass shooters is populated by young, angry men who regularly displayed antisocial behavior before they carried out attacks. Isla Vista shooter Elliot Rodger, Charleston shooter Dylann Roof, and Virginia Tech shooter Seung-Hui Cho had all been previously identified, by a parent, roommate, or school administrator as a threat.”
Democratic Congressman Jerry McNerney and Cleveland School Teachers rallied together in downtown Stockton on Tuesday afternoon to call for stricter gun laws.
Cleveland School Remembers, a local Stockton organization, joined with community members and Jeryy McNerney,for a vigil to honor victims and survivors of gun violence. http://fox40.com/2016/06/28/rally-honors-the-victims-survivors-of-gun-violence/