RI’s Young Voices Videos Ask: Isn’t It Time for Common-Sense Gun Laws?
R.I. Students Use Video to Change the Narrative on Gun Violence Prevention
Amelia Lopez and Pedro Moya, members of Young Voices, have created four impressive and timely videos to raise awareness of the need for common-sense gun safety reform in Rhode Island.
In these 30-second videos, Lopez and Moya compare the “common-sense rules” around four everyday tasks and wonder why we don’t have sensible laws for guns. A get out the vote message wraps up each video.
Lopez and Moya wrote, produced and starred in these funny and to-the-point videos for RICAGV’s Youth Engagement Strategy.
Young Voices, located in Providence, is a non-profit organization that works with youth in urban areas to transform them into powerful advocates for systemic reform and policy change that improve the lives of youth across our state.