The first Bay Area screening of Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, and the NRA will be held at Congregation Emanu-El, 2 Lake St., San Francisco, on Thursday, May 24, at 6:30 p.m.
The U.S. Surgeon General has declared that gun violence is a national health emergency. How can individuals or organizations have an impact on this crisis when guns are part of America’s cultural DNA? How can a voter find out about candidates’ positions on gun legislation during this important election year? How can your organization get involved?
After the viewing of Making a Killing, directed by Robert Greenwald of Brave New Films, five leaders in gun violence prevention will discuss their work and address these questions.
Moderator: Mattie Scott, President, San Francisco Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
- Eve Meyer, Executive Director. San Francisco Suicide Prevention
- Damien Posey, Lead Case Manager and gun violence survivor, United Playaz
- Robyn Thomas, Executive Director, Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence
- Catherine Stefani, San Francisco Leader, Moms Demand Action
This event is organized by Congregation Emanu-El’s Human Rights Working Group of the Tzedek Council and Sam Francisco Coalition Against Gun Violence. Some of the organizations are:
- Healing 4 Our Families and Our Nation
- SF Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
- Sojourner Truth Foster Family Service Agency
- United Playaz
- San Francisco Suicide Prevention
Open to the community at no charge. High school age or older is advised. Refreshments courtesy of United Playaz.
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