Fighting for Safe Schools in America
The past couple of years have marked a turning point for school safety and gun violence in the country – the majority of American citizens are speaking up about the need to end the epidemic of gun violence. In November 2018, gun violence prevention rose to be a top issue among voters. The tragedies in places like Uvalde, El Paso, Pittsburgh and Parkland, Florida also have marked a turning point for young people, many of whom see the issue of gun violence as a key issue for their generation. In addition to providing resources on trauma-informed practices, this Share My Lesson collection explores the scope of the problem, potential solutions, and youth activism on the issue of gun violence in the United States.
- Explore the Gun Violence Collection for lessons on gun laws, the Second Amendment, and government debates on gun control.
- Wear Orange weekend takes place annually in early June. Help fight for a future free from gun violence. Learn more.
- Find more free resources in Share My Lesson's curated collections on Coping with Trauma and on Mental Health Awareness.
- You may also want to explore a free course from Johns Hopkins: Reducing Gun Violence in America: Evidence for Change.
#12 Collection of 2018