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NYC Schools Embrace ReACTION Program

NYC Schools Embrace ReACTION Program

New Yorkers Against Gun Violence Ed Fund is proud to report that its ReACTION program has been welcomed into New York City schools’ virtual programming, where faculty are grateful to have a real-time program that provides education to students who are affected by this crisis. Read More
NYAGV Adapts to the Covid-19 Crisis

NYAGV Adapts to the Covid-19 Crisis

We are sending our warmest thoughts to you and your family during this global Covid-19 crisis. Our highest priority is the public’s health and safety and these are deeply distressing times.  Read More
2019 Annual Benefit Honorees Announced

2019 Annual Benefit Honorees Announced

–New York State Legislators, Youth Activists, and Award-Winning Author to Be Honored at the October 28 Gala– The NYAGV Education Fund has announced the honorees for its 2019 Annual Benefit on October 28 in New York City. The event supports NYAGV youth and community education programs. (Click here to reserve your tickets and sponsorship.) The... Read More
NYAGV Ed Fund to Expand School-Based Education Program With New Grant

NYAGV Ed Fund to Expand School-Based Education Program With New Grant

The New Yorkers Against Gun Violence Education Fund will be expanding its ReACTION Youth Program–an innovative school-based gun violence prevention program–thanks to a grant from The New York Community Trust and funding from the New York City Council and New York State Senate. With the two-year $160,000 grant, NYAGV expects to triple the youth program’s... Read More
Mentorship Students Discuss the Narratives of Gun Violence

Mentorship Students Discuss the Narratives of Gun Violence

Several narratives have taken hold in the media and in public discussion about gun violence in America. But are all of these narratives true? At the August 1 Miller Mentorship workshop, the students examined these narratives by: Putting their assumptions about gun violence to the test; Exploring aspects of the gun violence debate that they... Read More