Asking the Big Questions Feb. 12
Posted by Peter Bremer on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013
Come discuss gun violence in the United States at Asking the Big Questions on Tuesday, February 12th at 7:00pm in the Briggs Library McGinnis Room.
The tragedy at Newtown is forcing a re-examination of gun laws and gun violence. Why is gun violence so prevalent in this country and what it? How can children be kept safe? Speakers will include Ron Hensinger from Campus Police, Henry Fulda from Student Counseling and Solomon Gashaw from the Sociology discipline.
Everyone is welcome to attend. Light snacks and refreshments will be served. The event is co-sponsored by Briggs Library and the Sociology discipline. Asking the Big Questions is a campus/community discussion group that focuses on important issues facing society and the world.
Below are selected resources touching upon the topic of gun violence.
Here's How U.S. Gun Violence Compares With the Rest of the World
The Case For Gun Policy Reforms in America
Gun Violence: The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health
A Guide to Mass Shootings in America