We hope you will join us at the following events:
Commonsense Gun Violence Prevention
PA Progressive Summit
March 1 at 11 AM, Harrisburg
This panel discussion at the PA Progressive Summit highlights the gun violence prevention movement in Pennsylvania, including the challenges we face in Harrisburg, and strategic plans for reducing the terrible toll of gun violence on our communities.
Carolyn Comitta, Mayor of Westchester and member, Mayors Against Illegal Guns; Andrew Wellbrock, Assistant DA, Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office and member, Gun Violence Task Force; Rep. Dan Frankel, PA House 23rd District; moderated by Shira Goodman, Executive Director, CeaseFirePA
Living for 32 Viewing
March 3 at 7 PM
Springfield Friends Meetinghouse/Peace Center of Delaware County 1001 Old Sproul Rd, Springfield PA 19063
Delaware County United for Sensible Gun Policy is showing Living for 32, a film by Virginia Tech survivor Colin Goddard. Mr. Goddard will be on hand for the viewing and discussion.
Taking Aim at Gun Violence: The Myth and Meaning of the Second Amendment
March 6 from 1-5 PM
National Constitution Center, Philadelphia
CeaseFirePA is part of the gun violence prevention program sponsored by the American Bar Association and The Office of the Mayor of Philadelphia.
“Justice for Marcus White, Jr.” Rally
March 8 at 2 PM in the Garfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh (on the corner of Penn and Aiken)
Welcome the Sandy Hook Riders to Pennsylvania
March 9 at 4 PM in Doylestown
“Justice for Jamar D. Hawkins” Vigil
March 13 at 6 PM at Frankstown and Saltsburg Rd. in Penn Hills