Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence

Harris, Marian
November 2012
Ohio Christian News;Nov2012, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p1
The article discusses how the Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence (OCAGV) works to prevent gun violence in Ohio. The article reports that the U.S. has higher rates of gun violence among developed nations with an average of 86 people a day dying as a result of a gun. The article lists down steps in how to join the OCAGV's mission like signing up for updates at www.ohioceasefire.org, informing the editors whenever there is an article written about a gun related death and by donating money.


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