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VP Kamala Harris And Quavo Team Up For Gun Violence Summit

Vice President Kamala Harris is teaming up with rapper Quavo for a moderated conversation in Atlanta about gun violence reduction.

Vice President Kamala Harris is teaming up with rapper Quavo for a moderated conversation in Atlanta about gun violence reduction.

Two panels will take place at the Rocket Foundation Summit with the first, dubbed LIVE FREE, being led by the Community Justice Action Fund to address the gun violence crisis in the United States and explore how community violence intervention can help resolve it. The second discussion, led by Youth Over Guns, the Offenders Alumni Association, and H.O.P.E. Hustlers, will focus on how supporting and investing in youth programs can reduce gun violence and enhance community safety.

Attendees of the Summit will also get a chance to connect with families of victims and survivors about what actions can be taken to improve gun control. The day will conclude with local and state officials honoring Quavo’s philanthropic efforts and celebrating Takeoff’s life.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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