March on the NRA

March on the NRA Written and edited by: Laur Baird On August 4th, Fairfax, Virginia, I protested against the NRA. It was overall a very motivational and inspiring movement, aside from all of the sadness and heartbreak that took place as well. I was there from around 11 in the morning, to around 3 in... Continue Reading →

National March on NRA protests gun violence at Fairfax HQ

By Alejandro Alvarez  and Abigail Constantino Edited by : Christina Ann Protesters took to the streets outside the National Rifle Association to demand stricter gun laws near the nation's largest gun lobby. They pushed for increased restrictions on downloadable weapons and called on the Internal Revenue Service to revoke the NRA’s tax-exempt status. WASHINGTON — Over five... Continue Reading →

Parkland students: vote to stop gun violence

By : Karen Ocamb Revised: by Christina Ann Parkland, Florida did not need any more evidence that gun violence hits close to home. But gun violence persists: on Tuesday, July 17, Ayub Ali, the 61-year old owner of Aunt Molly’s Food Store in North Lauderdale, was shot and killed during a robbery. Ali, a native of Bangladesh,... Continue Reading →

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