As thousands across the nation prepare to take to the streets on March 24, 2018, for The March for Our Lives, we’re taking a look at some of the root causes, long-lasting impacts, and approaches to solving the firearm violence epidemic in America. This is our last installment.
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We can all pretty much agree that gun violence in the U.S. is a problem that needs to be addressed, right? It’s merely that we disagree about how to address it.
In the wake of a large-scale misfortune like the Las Vegas massacre or the Parkland shooting, emotions have a tendency to run a bit hot. A quick glance at the comments on any of our past posts about gun violence shows that our audience is exactly who we thought they were: an engaged, passionate group of individuals who want to help stimulate the world a better place.
Yet we often consider these conversations veer off-topic, turning to divisive, partisan arguments.( Perhaps you can relate ?)
That’s why we put together a quick resource for people who want to enact real-world change.