Register for “A Conversation with John Woodrow Cox: Children Under Fire” webinar

OCAGV shares the following information on an upcoming free webinar, “A Conversation with John Woodrow Cox: Children Under Fire” on Tuesday, June 15 at 1:00…

Register for “A Conversation with John Woodrow Cox: Children Under Fire” webinar

OCAGV shares the following information on an upcoming free webinar, “A Conversation with John Woodrow Cox: Children Under Fire” on Tuesday, June 15 at 1:00…

OCAGV shares the following information on an upcoming free webinar, A Conversation with John Woodrow Cox: Children Under Fire” on Tuesday, June 15 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern time.

Hope and Heal Fund and Women Against Gun Violence, invite you to attend a very special event with Washington Post enterprise reporter and Pulitzer Prize finalist, John Woodrow Cox on Tuesday, June 15th from 10:00-11:00 a.m. PDT. Hope and Heal Fund Executive Director, Brian Malte and John will discuss John’s new book, Children Under Fire: An American Crisis, as well as the everyday gun violence epidemic we face in this country. Brian and John will share thoughts and best practices on how we must address the ongoing trauma our children are exposed to living with violence in their homes, schools, and communities. 

Register for this event here and please use this link to purchase John’s book. Your purchase will support an independent Los Angeles bookstore, Skylight Books. For more information about John, please visit his website

In advance of this discussion, we encourage you to also read Brian’s blog on how active shooter drills are traumatizing our children.  

Read more on how the Washington Post explores school shootings further here.

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