Month

June 2014
Washington, DC — States with weak gun violence prevention laws and higher rates of gun ownership have the highest overall gun death rates in the nation, according to a Violence Policy Center (VPC) analysis of new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. Meanwhile, states with...
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51 million Americans have 401k retirement plans and many are unknowingly invested in public gun companies. Are you one of them? Find out, and then learn how to get your money out. http://www.campaign2unload.org/
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Join the Faith Community of St. Sabina as they take to the streets for peace this summer.  The Annual End of School Year March to Proclaim Peace in the Streets is a great way to show your commitment to peace. First 500 people will receive a free t-shirt beginning at 6:00 PM Friday, June 13th...
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Join CROSSwalk and hundreds of Chicagoans for a gathering in the South Side Avalon Park community.  Hear young people’s stories about the impact of violence, why employers are partnering with CROSSwalk to hire young people, and music by Verbal Kwest. More information at www.episcopalchicago.org/crosswalk Sunday, June 8th 3-5 PM Messiah & St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church...
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The Village Take Back continues in Roseland as activists, community leaders and concerned citizens take to the streets to demand peace in our community.  Please add your voice to the chorus! Stop the Violence! Tuesday June 2nd 6:30 PM Kids off the Block 11618 S. Michigan
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Chicago has many law-abiding gun owners who handle their weapons safely and responsibly. The ordinance proposed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel to regulate gun sales in the city is not about them. It’s about Chicago’s other gun owners: violent thugs who kill innocents as well as each other while terrorizing countless citizens with the ever-present threat...
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