The first half of 2023 has been productive, as we’ve begun shaking off the three years of hesitation brought to us by COVID-19.
SD4GVP has strengthened its ties to youth groups, especially in schools. The present affects young people disproportionately and the future of the movement lies with their determination to end gun violence.
As our photo album shows, whether we were marching with a congresswoman under threatening skies . . .
. . . participating in a Walk-and-Knock with the San Diego Police Department after a shooting in Lincoln Park . . .
. . . helping middle-school students with their gun-violence prevention projects . . .
. . . participating in Morse High School’s Week of Consciousness about gun violence in America . . .
. . . helping to light up the San Diego County Administration Building for Gun Violence Awareness Day . . .
. . . introducing students to their assembly members to advocate for sensible gun laws . . .
. . . or standing up for Peace in the Park in neighborhoods affected by gun violence . . .
we’ve continued to make it clear to officials and elected representatives that ending gun violence is important to you.
Take a look at the entire photo album.