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RSVP: National Rally to #EndGunViolence

  • West Lawn U.S Capitol (map)

Join us, Pastor Pfleger, Chicago families, and other gun violence prevention activists at the National Rally to #EndGunViolence to pressure Congress to pass gun safety laws on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 from 1:00 to 3:30pm on the West Lawn at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC---after the 10am House Judiciary Committee hearing on assault weapons ban.

The week of July 28 through August 4, 2019, our country saw four mass shootings. This does not include the shootings in Chicago on the weekend of Aug 3rd where eight were killed and 47 wounded. America continues to ignore the easy access and love affair with guns that has blood flowing on its streets. It is time to unite together to put pressure on Congress to stop ignoring this public health crisis and hold Congress accountable for not taking action in passing common sense gun safety laws.

We must demand that Congress pass legislation to guarantee our constitutional right to live!

Since September 25th is the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims, we are asking ALL to wear ALL black in mourning for ALL lives taken by gun violence. Black t-shirts that say #EndGunViolence will be distributed.

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Thank you,

Father Pfleger (Faith Community of Saint Sabina, Chicago), Pamela Boseley (Purpose Over Pain), Po Murray (Newtown Action Alliance), Alliance for Justice, Amnesty International USA, Blue Future, Brady, Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, Congregation of Our Lady of the Good Shepherd, US Provinces, Connecticut Against Gun Violence, Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Equality California, Franciscan Action Network, Generation Progress, Gun Safety Alliance, Gun Violence Prevention Action Committee, Gun Violence Prevention PAC, GunSense Vermont, IL Muslim Civic Coalition, Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence, Jewish Women International, Journey 4ward, lnterfaith Alliance of Iowa, Maine Gun Safety Coalition, March For Our Lives, National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, National Council of Jewish Women, National Education Association, Newtown Action Alliance, NoRA, Orange Ribbons For Gun Safety, People For a Safer Society, Pride Fund to End Gun Violence, Protect Minnesota, Purpose Over Pain, Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, Silver State Equality-Nevada, St. Marks Episcopal Church Capitol Hill DC, Strengthening Chicago's Youth, Survivors Empowered, Survivors Lead, Terrell Bosley Anti-Violence Assoc, The BRAVE Youth Leaders of St. Sabina, The Campaign to Keep Guns off Campus, The Soul Box Project, Vision Quilt, Women's March and the Wood Foundation, Inc.

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Earlier Event: April 13