#ENOUGH: Stopping Violence Against LGBTQ People of Color

#ENOUGH gun violence

BUSPH Clinical Assistant Professor Sophie Godley speaks out on disproportionate rate of hate crimes, third in a four-day video and social media campaign to draw attention to the toxic mix of access to guns and the rhetoric of hate. #Enough In the aftermath of the mass shooting in an Orlando nightclub in June 2016, the … Continue reading “#ENOUGH: Stopping Violence Against LGBTQ People of Color”

Published on August 17th, 2017 in #ENOUGH | Tags:

#ENOUGH: It’s Time for Congress to Act

#ENOUGH gun violence

Professor Michael Siegel on the overdue need for Congress to restore federal funding for research into gun violence, second in a four-day video and social media campaign to draw attention to the toxic mix of access to guns and the rhetoric of hate. #Enough In the aftermath of the mass shooting in an Orlando nightclub in June 2016, the Activist Lab … Continue reading “#ENOUGH: It’s Time for Congress to Act”

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#WearOrange for National Gun Violence Awareness Day

#WearOrange

On Friday, June 2, National Gun Violence Awareness Day, the Activist Lab, Dean Galea, and members of our BUSPH community gathered on the Talbot Green for a group photo wearing orange as part of a national campaign to raise awareness about gun violence. On January 21, 2013, Hadiya Pendleton, a high school student from the … Continue reading “#WearOrange for National Gun Violence Awareness Day”

Published on June 1st, 2017 in #ENOUGH | Tags: ,

Louis D. Brown Peace Institute’s Mother’s Day Walk for Peace

Mother's Day Walk for Peace

On May 14th, 2017, the Activist Lab and members of BUSPH, including students, alumni, and staff, came together to participate in the Mother’s Day Walk for Peace. The event first started in 1996 so mothers of murdered children could receive support and love from their neighbors. Twenty-one years later, the Mother’s Day Walk continues to … Continue reading “Louis D. Brown Peace Institute’s Mother’s Day Walk for Peace”

Published on May 26th, 2017 in Gun Violence Collaborative | Tags: ,

New Comprehensive National Database Advances Gun Policy Research

POSTED ON: May 18, 2017  TOPICS: guns While the number of firearms laws has nearly doubled in the US in the last 26 years, the increase has not been consistent, with some states even decreasing the number of laws, leading to an increasing disparity in the scope of laws potentially impacting violence, according to new research led … Continue reading “New Comprehensive National Database Advances Gun Policy Research”

Published on May 18th, 2017 in Gun Violence Collaborative | Tags: ,