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Sunday, March 26 at 7:30 pm. Conversations featuring Lauren Jasinski and Dylan Morris

Conversations Host Chuck Newman is interviewing Lauren Jasinski and Dylan Morris

Conversations! host Chuck Newman will be interviewing Lauren Jasinski and Dylan Morris, LIVE this Sunday evening for Conversations! Despite their grief over what they experienced and the unforgivable cruelty of gun rights advocates, they founded No Future Without Today to see that we will not have to experience what they did.

Be inspired by their resolve and hear how they became critical contributors to the historic passage of gun safety legislation. You will get the inside story of what’s involved in finally passing this legislation and where we are in finishing the process. We owe it to these extraordinary individuals to hear their story.

As usual, there will be an opportunity to ask them questions. Register for this meeting here. 7:30 pm ET

Saturday, April 1 at 9:15 am. Community Violence Intervention

Gun violence has become the leading cause of death for children and teenagers in this country. The Washtenaw Dems April General Meeting will focus on Community Violence Intervention (CVI) and our approach in Washtenaw County to preventing gun violence in our cities and townships and saving young lives.

This will be a Hybrid program.

In-person attendees:

The Washtenaw County Learning Resource Center (LRC) is at 4135 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor, 48108. Social hour with coffee and snacks begins at 9:15 am.

Virtual attendees: Zoom link here. Program begins at 9:45 am.

RESOURCES – Prevention through Research, Community Collaboration and Education

Grief and heartbreak due to gun violence have been frequent visitors in our Michigan communities. Here are some Support resources from The Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention, which collaborates with communities and harnesses the research might of the University of Michigan, to address the root causes of, and potential solutions for, the most important issues surrounding firearm violence:

The Institute is working to provide evidence-based solutions to address firearm violence and school shootings. Below is a list of select resources:

For immediate support reach out to the Crisis Text Line or the Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

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