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During June's #KeepMarching meeting, we dove deep into the hidden history of the Second Amendment.  

We are very grateful to Michelle Ozumba; President of the Jeannette Rankin Foundation, for moderating the conversation; Mary Anne Franks, American legal scholar, activist, and media commentator, and professor of law and the Michael R. Klein Distinguished Scholar Chair at the University of Miami School of Law; and Carl Bogus, Distinguished Research Professor of Law at Roger Williams University School of Law in Rhode Island, for sharing their extensive knowledge on the Second Amendment. We’re even more grateful to every participant who listened and asked thoughtful questions.

Thank you also to the Newtown Action Alliance, Chinese for Affirmative Action, March for Our Lives, the AAPI Victory Alliance, Guns Down, and Here 4 the Kids for co-sponsoring this event.

I. In case you missed the meeting, or would like to review any part of the program, no problem, we recorded it! (Passcode: a^v*&K1X)

II. Resources to help you learn more:

III. We love meeting with members of our #KeepMarching community, and hope to see you at our next meeting. We’ll be sharing details and sign-up pages soon, so stay tuned! 

With hope and in solidarity,


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