Guns are in the news, and every age group feels their impact. States differ in their approach in many
ways, including background checks, who may own a weapon, and owner responsibilities. Find out more about what is happening here in Washington and why it matters to you and your families. Join us to hear Donna Stringer, Board member and membership co-chair of Grandmothers Against Gun Violence tell us all about guns and gun violence prevention.
Donna M. Stringer, Ph.D. is a Director and membership co-chair of Grandmothers Against Gun Violence, a Washington-wide organizationwhich funds research on gun safety and which works collaboratively with other groups to reduce gun violence and remedy the complex societal factors that contribute to a culture of gun violence. By profession she is a social psychologist specializing in the areas of diversity and inclusion, cross-cultural communication, gender differences, values, and organizational development. The author of three books and many journal articles, she was acknowledged as a “Diversity Legend” by the International Society for Diversity & Inclusion Professionals in 2012.
Free and open to the public.