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GA: Savannah church members speak out against gun violence, promote firearm awareness
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"Last Wednesday, 19 orange ribbons were hung on the gate outside Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church, representing the 19 people killed by firearms in Savannah since Jan. 1."
"The lighter-colored ribbons, of which there were three, represent the victims who were younger than 18."
"Sunday, the list of names was read and a bell was again rung for each of the victims. Then, church member Anne Allen Westbrook was asked to speak about gun violence in Savannah, as a representative of the Savannah chapter of Moms Demand Action ..." ...
"One of the ways Westbrook said that people can help prevent the unacceptable loss of life is through education and making gun storage a common question for parents and children to ask about." ...
|the sikh temple wisconsin members led the pack in towing the gun control line and this is more race pimping....am getting rather cynical by now about (many aspects of) organized religion....methodist one of the top liberal offenders, with presbyterian, catholic, etc. "They" say trust in G-d rather than bring a gun into The House Of G-d ("He helps those who help themselves"), but here they're obviously not trusting in G-d and pushing gun control. You can't have it both ways....hypocrisy.