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People use guns but, in a sense, guns use people too. When we have the technology for violence easily to hand, our choices are skewed and we are more vulnerable to being manipulated into violent action.
Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury

 

Dear Friends,

We are encouraged with the attention that gun violence prevention initiatives are gathering in this election year and would like to offer to you and any groups with which you work or volunteer, the opportunity to gain insight on the many, many issues we research in our effort to keep Virginians safe from gun violence.

Our speakers are all volunteers and will gladly work with your group to find appropriate venues, times, and programs to suit your requests. We will gladly come to any area of the state.

Here are just a few of the topics our volunteers can present:

Making Common Sense of the Second Amendment

Empowering Youth to Speak Out on Gun Violence

Gun Violence vs. Gospel Values

Massacre at Virginia Tech – A Wake-Up Call, One Mother’s Story

Gun Rights & Responsibility

Means Matters - Suicide and Guns

Guns & Domestic Violence

A History of Gun Laws in Virginia

Microstamping & Gun Trafficking

 



Please do not hesitate to contact VACPS with your questions. We'll be happy to work with you in any way to facilitate your requests.

Please click HERE to contact us.

As always, the Virginia Center for Public Safety is grateful for your support and together we can and will do all we can to prevent and reduce gun violence.

Sincerely,

Kaye Tice, President
The Virginia Center for Public Safety

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