National Vigil Videos in remembrance of victims of #GunViolence 
On behalf of the Newtown Foundation and our partners, we thank you for participating in this year's National Vigil. There are over 330 events being held in 43 states. 
These videos are shown at the National Vigil anchor event in Washington D.C. and we strongly encourage you to show these videos at your event and/or share them on social media. 

Link to video 1:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/wudyck890ev9d92/2016_vigil_video1_720p.mp4?dl=0
Link to video 2:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/c6wxz6543wllgfx/2016_vigil_video2_720p.mp4?dl=0



Santa Barbara Coalition Against Gun Violence Presents
"Under the Gun" 
The documentary by Katie Couric, Executive Producer and Narrator and Stephanie Soechtig, Director, moves from an overview of the broader history of gun violence to very specific and individual tragic experiences.  Couric and Soechtig focus on both sides of the issue of gun violence in America. Winning accolades at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and followed by a limited theatrical release, it is now being shown in cities across America.  CAGV was contacted by the distributor Epix, to bring Under the Gun to Santa Barbara for this one time performance.

When:  October 21, Friday at 7:00 
Where: Marjorie Luke Theater, 721 Cota St.
Tickets at the door:  Cost: $10 per family 

Co-sponsored by: Anti-Defamation League, Casa de la Raza, Democratic Women of Santa Barbara County, Glendon Association, Planned Parenthood California Central Coast, Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center, Santa Barbara Response Network, Santa Barbara Women’s Political Committee, Ventura County Chapter of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. “This event is supported in part by the Marjorie Luke Theatre’s Dreier Family Rent Subsidy Fund.”

US Congresswoman Lois Capps’ introductory remarks will focus on the June 22 House Sit-in. A Town Hall Q & A Discussion will feature: CA State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, CA Assemblymember Das Williams, SB County Supervisor Salud Carbajal and Bob Weiss, father of Veronika Weiss, killed in the Isla Vista tragedy. “Safety for All” Proposition 63 will be included in this community conversation.