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National Vigil for Victims of Gun Violence

Photo source: Moms Demand Action

On December 11th, 800 people came to the National Cathedral in Washington, DC for the National Vigil for Victims of Gun Violence to honor and remember the victims and survivors of Newtown and gun violence across the country. Among speakers, Living for 32 subject, and national advocate , Colin Goddard shared remarks about his own tragic experience of gun violence at Virginia Tech.

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Fall Screening Tour

Dozens of screenings and conversations with Colin and local activists were held across the country this fall. The events were organized by religious leaders, advocacy groups, students, and community organizations. Hosts included:

Moms Demand Action-Nashville, TN
Brady Campaign-California
Bucks Safe (PA)
Organizing for Action-Lehigh Valley, PA
University of Albany College Democrats
Georgia College and State University College Democrats (Midgeville, GA)
Families 4 Peace (Albuquerque, NM)
Friends Against Violence Everywhere (NYC)
University of Albany College Democrats

Bring Living for 32 to Your Community in 2014

Hosting a screening of Living for 32 is an opportunity to build support for your organization, discuss an important issue in your community and raise awareness about the gun control policy landscape. Hosting a screening is low-cost and simple. Click here for more information and to sign up:

Take Action Now

In honor of the first anniversary of the Newtown action, you can support organizations founded in the wake of the tragedy.

Brady Campaign

Newtown Action Alliance

Sandy Hook Promise

Faiths United Against Gun Violence

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