Two Upcoming Events for Show Gun Safety in LA
Check out the details below, and RSVP links for both of Brady’s upcoming events:
Join us on Monday, October 23, at 6 p.m. PT at Endeavor in Beverly Hills for our first-ever #ShowGunSafety Summit. Gun violence is now the number one killer of children in America, but we are not powerless to change this. Alongside Brady President Kris Brown, our panelists and special guests will share how we can model gun safety and realistic portrayals of firearms on screen to positively change attitudes and behaviors about guns, helping save lives. We thank #ShowGunSafety ambassador Dani Potter for making this event possible. With limited space, we expect to reach capacity soon.
Join us on Thursday, November 9, at 6 p.m. PT with the Creative Artists Agency (CAA) to host “Survivors, Storytelling, and Gun Safety: Coming Together for Change,” at the Ray Kurtzman Theatre in Century City. This one-of-a-kind event brings together inspiring Parkland survivors Fred Guttenberg and Aalayah Eastmond, Brady President Kris Brown, and creative leaders who are stepping up to save lives and change America’s culture on guns. Attendees will enjoy an exclusive advanced screening of the Siskel-Jacobs’s short documentary MEMORIAL, which chronicles the July 4th Parade Shooting in Highland Park, IL, alongside a panel on survivor voices.
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