Tag Archive: gun control

My Mother’s Body

Begin in sukhasa–easy pose–with your legs crossed the way children used to sit during show and tell before they had to worry about what position gives them enough time to stand and scramble… Continue reading

The Bravest Woman I Know

Editor’s Note: Last Friday, April 20, 2018, Gettysburg College students organized a campus-wide walkout to protest all forms of gun violence as part of Gettysburg College’s first annual Peace and Justice Week. Over the… Continue reading

I Have Not Lost Someone to Gun Violence

Editor’s Note: Last Friday, April 20, 2018, Gettysburg College students organized a campus-wide walkout to protest all forms of gun violence as part of Gettysburg College’s first annual Peace and Justice Week. Over the… Continue reading

Gettysburg Against Gun Violence

Editor’s Note: Last Friday, April 20, 2018, Gettysburg College students organized a campus-wide walkout to protest all forms of gun violence as part of Gettysburg College’s first annual Peace and Justice Week. Over the… Continue reading

Why I Am Against Guns

Content Warning: gun violence, suicide, depression I am a suicide attempt survivor. And I am for increased gun control reform. And the reason why this is my position is because I know, if… Continue reading

Backed by a Bullet

Northern Arizona University and Texas Southern University’s school shootings popped up on my newsfeed. “We had two more school shootings today,” I text to my friend in Canada. “What the literal fuck,” she… Continue reading

Are Some Rights Wrong?

“When the time came, I did it. I had to.” – Seung-Hui Cho Even though it’s been more than six years since April 16, 2007, I still find myself watching the YouTube videos… Continue reading

The New Normal

On September 19, 2013 an individual wielding a military-grade assault rifle fired sixteen bullets into a Chicago park harming thirteen individuals, among them a 3-year old named Deonta Howard who was shot in the… Continue reading