Gun violence in this country is so routine that we just offer up our “thoughts and prayers,” and move on until there’s another incident and then offer up more “thoughts and prayers” and move on.
This week is National Gun Violence Survivors’ week.
Instead of offering up thoughts and prayers, let’s work together to stop the senseless violence that cripples our nation.
Our website has stories on how the Charleston church massacre has impacted the survivors’, the victims’ families and community.
To read more stories from across the country about gun violence, visit to www.momentsthatsurvive.org.