Join your neighbors for a discussion about mass shootings.
The tragic attacks in El Paso, Texas; Dayton, Ohio; Parkland, Florida; and other places have raised concerns among many people across the nation. Such shootings have become more frequent and more deadly in the last decade. Each mass murder has devastating effects on a whole community.
Overall, the United States has become safer in recent years. Yet mass shooters target innocent people indiscriminately, often in places where people should feel safe—movie theaters, shopping centers, schools. Many believe these attacks are nothing short of terrorism. How can we stop mass shootings and ensure that people feel safe in their homes and communities?
Three options will be presented for deliberation. These are not the only options, and you may think of others.
Option 1: Make Mass Killings More Difficult
Option 2: Equip People to Defend Themselves
Option 3: Root Out Violence and Hate in Society
Contact the Corryville branch for more information at 513-369-6034.
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