This presentation will focus on the impact of gun violence on its survivors and their stories. Instead of focusing on the numbers of people killed by gun violence in this country, the talk will focus on the survivors: people who have been shot and survived, and those who have lost someone to gun violence, with a few examples of how people build their lives around their survival.
Elsie received her master’s degree from the Smithsonian-Parsons Program in the History of American Decorative Arts and worked at the Laurel Museum (run by the Laurel Historical Society). Elsie volunteers for the Gun Violence Prevention Movement, Moms Demand Action (Gun Sense Action Network) and with Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence. Elsie served as Temple Micah’s representative on the DC faith-based Gun Violence Prevention Network.
Register before October 11th at 5 pm. There is no guarantee that a link to the meeting can be sent after that time.
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