National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools - April 20, 2018
Schools should be the safest place a child can be. Unfortunately, that seems far from reality these days. From Columbine to Virginia Tech to Sandy Hook to Marshall County to Parkland, Florida, it's abundantly clear we are not doing enough to protect our students and schools from gun violence. This reality is devastating. Our hearts may be breaking, but our resolve must be strong. It is time we say enough is enough. We must demand action now to save lives from gun violence.
On April 20, join the National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools. Every community's response to this problem will be different, but we will all send the same message to our elected leaders: We can no longer tolerate inaction!
We want to know: what do you want your community's action to look like on April 20? How will you take action against gun violence in schools?
The failure to enact rational laws to prevent mass shootings is inexcusable. The time to act is now. Every child deserves to learn in a school that is safe. Students, parents and educators should not have to live in fear of being the next victim.