The ENOUGH Campaign's Vigil of Hope commemorating the one-year anniversary was picked up by several news sources, including the Stamford Advocate (see below), Stamford.Patch.com, and interviews with News12 Connecticut and It'sRelavant.com.
STAMFORD -- A group of women gathered downtown Thursday night to commemorate the first anniversary of the Newtown massacre in a peaceful way. CLICK HERE to read the full article.
The Vigil of Hope made the online edition as well as the paper edition.
The ENOUGH Campaign produced a powerful public service announcement launching in multiple markets across the country just weeks following the Newtown shooting. The video is designed to evoke the sensibilities of viewers to take action to stop gun violence. Click HERE to watch.
The ENOUGH Campaign gets a voice on The Huffington Post.
"We cannot sit idly by and watch children in Anytown, U.S.A. be killed by gun violence. This is not a political issue. It's not a Democrat, Republican, or Second Amendment issue. This is an American issue."
Just one week after the Newtown massacre, the women behind The ENOUGH Campaign were interviewed on CNN by Zoraida Sambolin.
Before there was The ENOUGH Campaign, there was "WAAR (Women Against Assault Rifles)". The organization shortly thereafter changed its name to better reflect its non-violent opposition to gun violence.
Click HERE to read the full story and watch the CNN video.