Gun Sense in America 2022

Date(s) - Friday, July 15
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Where we were, where we are, and where we need to be


Bette Empol & Karen Peters, Co-chairs

Brady: United Against Gun Violence

Donna Finkelstein

Women Against Gun Violence


Regina K. Hatcher-Crawford, President

Ventura County National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Topics to include:

  • Federal and State legislation – past and pending
  • Grassroots successes
  • Gun violence and racial justice
  • What we can do

“Positive change can happen.  Americans, citizens and residents alike, have rallied, marched, and voted to ensure gun violence is no longer ignored…We owe it to ourselves, our families, and our communities to keep all of us safe.”   – Brady: United.

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(graphics courtesy of Brady: United Against Gun Violence)

One Response to “Gun Sense in America 2022

  1. There are more guns in America than there are Americans. We’ll never be able to overcome those odds. But we can do something about gun violence if we agree that gun violence is a a mental health issue, first and foremost. Tie gun violence to the issue of mental health in America and I believe we can make a difference.

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