March For Our Lives Chicago: A Young Activist Perspective

I, along with a hundred thousand other Chicagoans, marched this past Saturday at the March for Our Lives Chicago in Union Park. As a young activist, the march reaffirmed my support of gun reform and the need for more resources on Chicago’s South and West sides to combat gun-violence both in and outside of schools. Additionally, Chicago’s MFOL was led by a group of extremely talented teens from around the city, who did an amazing job of making the event truly intersectional and inclusive. 

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Media Advisory: Policy Recommendations for Gun Violence Prevention and Police Accountability

For immediate release         For further information, contact June 9, 2017               Jane Ramsey, 773.203.6159          MEDIA ADVISORY WHAT Release of Chicago Women Take Action (CWTA) Policy Recommendations for Gun Violence Prevention and Police Accountability WHEN Monday, June 12, 2017 10:00 a.m. WHERE Chicago Temple, 77 W. Washington…

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