We spent 2022 gradually emerging from pandemic mode: spending more time face to face with members of our community, canvassing for GVP candidates and braving contentious crowds at City Council and County Board of Supervisor events. We continued telling elected officials, John Q. Public and people in affected communities that gun violence is not (and should not be) normal, and that we’re doing something about it.
Have a look at the 8-minute video (below) that we’ve created to show off our 2022 milestones.
Here’s to seeing you at more of our events in 2023!