State of Safety releases poll results of Oregon parent and teacher attitudes on gun violence
101 Seconds free documentary film screening and town hall Portland Sept. 16
PARENTS AND TEACHERS BELIEVE SAFE GUN STORAGE MOST EFFECTIVE POLICY IN PREVENTING GUN VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS - SEPTEMBER 13, 2018
PORTLAND, Ore. – Earlier today, State of Safety released results from a statewide poll of 1,000 parents and teachers on the topic of school safety and gun violence. State of Safety commissioned the poll to quantify the perceptions of gun violence among parents and teachers in Oregon. Oregon PTA provided assistance in conducting the poll.
FILM DEPICTS THE DEBATE CONCERNING GUN VIOLENCE IN OREGON FOLLOWING THE CLACKAMAS TOWN CENTER SHOOTING - SEPTEMBER 10, 2018
This film screening kick-off event in Portland will begin a two-month tour of Oregon, bringing the documentary film 101 Seconds to people across the state to increase awareness about the issue of safe gun storage and to have a dialogue with communities about their views on what we should do to reduce gun violence. The film portrays the debate concerning gun violence in Oregon following the Clackamas Town Center shooting in 2012. State of Safety, a new statewide nonprofit dedicated to reducing gun violence across Oregon, is hosting the series of film screenings throughout the state. At each of the locations, we will show the documentary film 101 Seconds and then conduct a town hall-style meeting with community members in attendance.