Solving the crisis of gun violence, especially in urban communities, requires a multi-dimensional approach—more than just strong gun laws. It requires hands-on work by people in the community where the violence is happening. Hear about the experiences of these heroes, in their own words, at How Community Activism Saves Lives.
This year's speakers Dante Barry and Dr. Wizdom Powell
Join us in the beautiful Pond House Cafe in Elizabeth Park for an informative talk from activists and academics who are on the front lines of preventing gun violence in urban communities.
Register now, as tickets are limited.
Please consider becoming a Policy Luncheon Sponsor or Patron to enable CAGV to offer complimentary tickets to students, survivors of gun violence and community volunteers. Details are on the registration page.
Pond House Cafe
Elizabeth Park 1555 Asylum Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
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CAGV 2019 Policy Luncheon Host Committee
Jillian Gilchrest, State Representative
Melissa Kane, Selectman - Westport
Beth Kerrigan, Deputy Mayor – West Hartford
Rev. Tracy Mehr-Muska
Deacon Arthur Miller
Bishop John Selders
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(Registration begins at 11:30am)