Gun Safety Supporters Speak Out

Letters to the Editor explaining why you support strong, common sense gun safety measures are important. Here are a few recent Letters to the Editor that we found interesting: Temi Bova in the Hartford Courant on why there should be restrictions on large -capacity magazines Kate Mayer in the CT Post on why she is” […]

Our Blind Spot About Guns

This NY Times editorial, Our Blind Spot About Guns, by Nicholas Kristof, seems to have struck a chord with our supporters: If we had the same auto fatality rate today that we had in 1921, by my calculations we would have 715,000 Americans dying annually in vehicle accidents. Instead, we’ve reduced the fatality rate by more than […]

How They Voted; How Will You Vote?

We are very pleased that so many of you have signed our pledge to let candidates know that you will only support those who favor smart, common sense gun violence prevention legislation (if you haven’t already signed the pledge, you can do it here).So to help you understand which legislators supported our historic gun safety […]

Shell Shocked & Project Longevity – Special Screening and Discussion –You’re Invited

  CAGV, together with Project Longevity, is presenting two screenings in Hartford of the Documentary film, Shell Shocked: at the Asylum Hill Congregational Church at 3:00 pm and at the Artist’s Collective  at 7:00 pm on May 7. Shell Shocked is a gripping documentary about youth violence in New Orleans.  Project Longevity is an exciting […]

You Are Invited To A Screening

  CAGV, together with Project Longevity, is presenting a Screening of the Documentary film, Shell Shocked, at the Bijou theater in Bridgeport on May 6. Shell Shocked is a gripping documentary about youth violence in New Orleans. Project Longevity is an exciting program that has been working successfully to curtail gun violence in the largest cities […]