When is it the right time to start talking about gun violence prevention? And does the distinction of “mass killing” even matter when it comes to talking about the loss of life? This article raises a lot of interesting questions. What’s your take?
Read more here: http://wapo.st/1ggxQ0r
In honor of #FriendshipDay, watch this heartfelt video of how a group of boys took a stand against bullying. Everyone needs a friendly face sometimes. Take some time today to reach out to someone who may need a friend!
For more information on the UN International Day of Friendship, go to http://www.un.org/en/events/friendshipday/.
As #MinorityMentalHealth Month comes to an end, let’s use this time to educate ourselves and spread awareness.
Here are 10 things you should know about Minority Mental Health: http://bit.ly/1HDkAJX
“We need to be worried. We need to get involved.”
Gun violence doesn’t discriminate. Read this powerful piece by the mother of an Aurora shooting victim on why we need to take action now.
Thanks to in-depth research, motor vehicle deaths have been reduced by half. Why shouldn’t we take the same approach when it comes to reducing gun violence? Read more: http://huff.to/1Laa4Qy
Sandy Hook Promise Champion Senator Pat Toomey has devoted his career to preventing gun violence through legislation. A firm believer of the Second Amendment, Toomey advocates stronger background checks to prevent guns from getting into the wrong hands.
We were honored to show our support for Toomey at our gala last month. Learn more about his work here: http://1.usa.gov/1IWj9uy