#LightLA

As part of the nationwide Gun Violence Memorial event being held at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. on December 11, Women Against Gun Violence, Newtown Action Alliance, States United to Prevent Gun Violence, Brady Campaign local Los Angeles chapters, Violence Prevention Coalition of Greater Los Angeles, and the many other members of the Los Angeles gun violence prevention network, will join together to remember all victims of gun violence.
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Unload Your 401k

Unload Your 401k

Most people don’t realize it, but inside many of our 401k retirement portfolios are three public gun companies. Find out if they’re in yours and learn what you can do to begin taking them out.
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The TALK Project

The TALK Project

Unintentional gun deaths by and of children can be avoided. Talk with your children about guns; Ask your neighbors about guns; Lock your guns up safely and securely; Keep all of our kids safe!
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About WAGV

About WAGV

WAGV educates the public, policymakers and the media about the human, financial and public health consequences of gun violence.
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Rally in Rancho Cucamonga in front of Congressman Miller’s Office on Friday, February 22, 2013

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By becoming involved with WAGV, you can support the fight to end gun violence and help make our communities safer and healthier.
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20th Anniversary Courageous Leadership Awards Brunch

Latest Event

On May 18th, 2014 WAGV held its 20th Anniversary Courageous Leadership Awards Brunch. Thank you to everyone who participated and helped make our event a success!
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Stacey Newman

How my Seven-Year-Old Daughter Inspired Me to Run for Office

December 10, 2014
Almost 15 years ago I was the parent of a first grader, a stay-at-home mom, glued to the media coverage of the Columbine High School shooting on April 20, 1999. A few months later, the Los Angeles Jewish Community Center day care shooting happened. I will never forget the news photo of officers leading little ones across a parking lot to escape a madman who had fired 70 rounds in their building with an assault weapon, wounding several. I was heartsick but had no idea what to do about it. […]
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#LightLA

It’s A Community Effort: Otis College and Women Against Gun Violence Make A Great Team!

December 1, 2014
Women Against Gun Violence is excited to announce that its continuing relationship with Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles has resulted in the beautiful and inspiring artwork for its LIGHT LA campaign to be held on December 11, 2014 at 7 pm […]
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