Vigil to End Gun Violence at St. Paul’s Cathedral

Vigil to End Gun Violence at St. Paul’s Cathedral

Friday, December 14, 7:00 PM

The San Diego community came together at St. Paul’s Cathedral Episcopal in Hillcrest to remember over 600,000 Americans killed or injured by guns since the Sandy Hook shooting tragedy.

This sixth annual event was a joint program of the Newtown Foundation, Newtown Action Alliance, St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral and San Diegans for Gun Violence Prevention for a vigil and reception.

Through music and words we gave voice to all victims and survivors of gun violence and pledge to #EndGunViolence in America.

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Concert Across America to End Gun Violence 2018

Concert Across America to End Gun Violence 2018

Sunday, September 23, 4-6 PM

Join us for the third annual Concert Across America to End Gun Violence. Enjoy a fantastic line up of musicians adding to our chorus to end gun violence once and for all.

Concert Details

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Dispatch In Concert – Benefits Brady Campaign

Dispatch In Concert – Benefits Brady Campaign

Saturday, August 18, 7-11 PM

Join us and see the hit band Dispatch in concert at the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at San Diego State University.

All proceeds from their recent single “Dear Congress,” protesting that the U.S. Congress is still doing nothing about gun violence, will go to the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.

 

Concert Details

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  • DATE: Saturday, August 18
  • TIME: 7 PM – 11 PM
  • WHERE: Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
    5500 Campanile Dr, San Diego, California 92182
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San Diego Pride Parade 2018

San Diego Pride Parade 2018

MARCHING WITH PRIDE!

For the third year in a row, Brady Campaign and Moms Demand Action, now in one coalition with our many partners as SD4GVP, marched in the San Diego Pride Parade, proclaiming loudly and proudly “DISARM HATE!” Having a safer community means keeping guns out of the hands of people who, motivated by hate, or otherwise in crisis, are incited to gun violence. NOT ONE MORE. Our group of orange and red shirts marched down University Ave in Hillcrest among an estimated 200,000 people as we celebrated inclusion and a safe community.

 

Event Details:

Theme: Persist with Pride
(what could be more fitting for the Gun Violence Prevention movement too?)
Date: July 14, 2018
Time: 11:00 am
Locations: The parade begins at the Hillcrest Pride Flag at University Ave. and Normal St., proceeds west on University Ave., turns south on 6th Ave., turns left onto Balboa Dr. and ends at Quince Dr.
Route Length: 1.5 miles
Cost: This is a free, community event.

About the San Diego Pride Parade

(from the SD Pride Website)

The annual San Diego Pride Parade is the largest single-day civic event in the region and is among the largest Prides in the United States, attracting over 200,000 people.

Cheer on colorful floats & parade participants as we celebrate and honor the LGBTQ community at the San Diego Pride Parade in Hillcrest.