Hollywood Says 'Enough'

Johnson, Ted
April 2016
Variety;4/26/2016, Vol. 331 Issue 14, p42
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of Everytown for Gun Safety, an organization that focuses on gun violence prevention, which was released by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomerg in collaboration with American drama series "House of Cards" writers in 2016. The organization has been working with entertainment figures to keep their legislative goals visible to the public. The organization is also getting more television episodes that address gun violence as part of their campaign promotion.


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