#UNLOAD FOUNDATION with Holly Wasilewski and Charlie Grady - Guns: The Ultimate in Feminine Protection? - Tuesday, February 16 at 7:00 PM
Time: 07:00 PM
Free virtual event; Tune in by visiting www.thequicklive.com.
#UNLOAD’s Mary Himes and Miggs Burroughs with guest host, Charlie Grady, will engage in a series of conversations with five women who will shed light on the loaded question of whether firearms make women safer. We will talk with a former police captain, a photographer who documents victims of gun violence, a formerly incarcerated woman who has a successful re-entry story, an artist who reinterprets images of women from film noir movies, and an activist who creates jewelry from bullet casings. We’ll explore what drew these women into the world of firearms and get insights about the impact of guns on women.
Holly Wasilewski is a beloved former New Haven police captain with 20 years of experience. She is currently the Reentry & Community Outreach coordinator for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Haven. We’ll be joined by FBI Public Affairs specialist and founder/CEO of Hang Time and Her Time, Charlie Grady, for a conversation about Wasilewski’s experience as a female police officer and how to keep communities safe.
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