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Remember Virginia Tech on Apr. 16th - "Living for 32" Screening, Q&A & Vigil George Washington University
Monday, April 16, 2012 at 8:00 PM (EDT)
REMEMBER VIRGINIA TECH ON APR. 16TH
5 Yrs. Ago 32 People Were Shot Dead
Mon. Apr. 16TH 8PM
MARVIN CENTER GRAND BALLROOM
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
Students Across the Country Will Gather to View “Living for 32,” Discuss Guns in America, & Hold Candlelight Vigils
Q&A with Survivor & Advocate
& OMAR SAMAHA
NBC Congressional News Correspondent
DAHLIA GRAHAM (Director - REACT to FILM College Action Network)
DAN GROSS (President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence)
MARIA CUOMO COLE (Living for 32 Film Producer)
The Q&A will be live streamed from George Washington Universiy to the world! College students on other campuses across the country will tune in to ask questions via video. Evening concluded by candlelight vigil.
"We live for the 32 murdered on April 16th, 2007, at Virginia Tech
and for the 32 people who are murdered with guns every day in America." - Colin Goddard
REACT to FILM is screening Living for 32 at college campuses nationwide to remember the 32 people whose lives were lost at Virginia Tech 5 yrs. ago, and to drive critical discussion around the social issue at hand. We aim to expose, engage, and inspire you to action.
This event is co-sponsored by
The Center for Student Engagement (CSE) at George Washington University.
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REACT to FILM
REACT to FILM is a non-profit organization that showcases the best documentary films to activate young people around critical social issues.