Public Safety

Gun Safety, Gun Regulation, Illegal Guns, Community Organizing in Cleveland

Time is Now to Halt the Flow of Illegal Guns: Gibson & Caruso

Saturday, November 22, 2014
Cleveland.com

On the clear evening of May 29, more than 1,000 people from Greater Cleveland Congregations filled the pews at Olivet Institutional Baptist Church, a venerable place of worship in the heart of urban Cleveland. They came from homes in public housing and affluent suburbs, after work and dinner with their family. They came together with a shared determination to not stand idly by and silently assent to the gun violence that plagues our community.

GCC

Public Safety
Wednesday, August 27, 2014 - 22:30

COPA Leaders Win Crosswalk at Senior Living Facility

Doña Francisca’s death by car, the 4th accident in front of the Sherwood Village senior living facility, brought clarity to members of Aging Latinos in Action. Without a stop sign, seniors were left vulnerable to rushing and inattentive drivers. ALA reached out to COPA for training, then conducted their own research actions and meetings with sitting Council members to secure a crosswalk in front of their living facility. In photo, ALA leaders process down their newly installed crosswalk.


Gun Safety, Do Not Stand Idly By, safe guns, Neighborhood Safety, NRA

Can God Beat the NRA??

Thursday, November 13, 2014
Daily Beast

 Do Not Stand Idly By (“DNSIB”) is different for two big reasons.

Metro IAF

Gun Safety, 'Do Not Stand Idly By', Metro IAF, Rev. James Manship

CONECT Brings 'Do Not Stand Idly By' Campaign to New Haven

Monday, November 10, 2014
New Haven Register

Several dozen [CONECT] faith leaders and public officials came together in Bridgeport’s Margaret Morton Center Monday to ask gun manufacturers to take some responsibility for the number of deaths by firearms every year, particularly in the nation’s cities.

CONECT

Gun Safety, 'Do Not Stand Idly By, ' gun manufacturing, safe guns, Mayor Bramson

Westchester United Gets Support of New Rochelle Mayor in 'Do Not Stand Idly By' Campaign

Friday, November 7, 2014
Port Chester Patch

New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson and Police Commissioner Patrick Carroll will join dozens of Westchester United faith and community leaders at New Rochelle’s Lincoln Park. 

Westchester United

Gun Safety, Do Not Stand Idly By, NRA, gun manufacturers, Rabbi Joel Mosbacher

'Do Not Stand Idly By' Campaign Reaches North Jersey

Sunday, November 9, 2014
North Jersey Media Group

Battles over gun control in America are not always loud and filled with angry back-and-forth rhetoric. Some of the skirmishes are quiet — and perhaps not skirmishes at all.

Metro IAF

Texas IAF, Community Organizing in Houston, Feral Dogs, Neighborhood Crime

TMO Leaders Address Feral Dogs Roaming Houston Neighborhood

Tuesday, October 7, 2014
FOX News & More

Hundreds of TMO leaders gathered to hound their public officials on why children of De Zavala Elementary School don't get the protection they need from packs of stray dogs roaming their campus....

TMO

Gun Safety, Gun Violence, Neighborhood Safety, Sandy Hook, Ohio IAF, Organizing in Cleveland

Greater Cleveland Congregations Combats Gun Violence Locally

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
WKYC - Channel 3 GCC

Gun Safety, Rabbi Joel Mosbacher, Metro IAF, Do Not Stand Idly By

Metro IAF Leaders Push Issue of Gun Safety in US

Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Washington Post

“The idea of a smart-gun maker who has lots of experience making guns is intriguing because he’s not just some fly-by-night guy trying to do this,” said Rabbi Joel Mosbacher, a member of the group [Metro IAF] that met with Mauch. “Law enforcement officials have been quietly saying that if he comes over, they’d be willing to meet with him.”

Metro IAF

Gun Safety, Do Not Stand Idly By, Mallory, CONECT

CONECT Action Advances Gun Control Agenda with Governor

Monday, June 2, 2014
New Haven Register & Others

150 CONECT leaders assembled in Connecticut, with Governor Malloy, to advance the 'Do Not Stand Idly By' initiativefor gun safety and industry changes.  Pastor Bernadette and Fr. Jim co-chaired the action.

Connecticut Leaders Seek Changes From Gun Makers, New Haven Register

CONECT

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