Gun Regulation

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At Long Last, Change is In the Air

  Justice Through Music has been advocating for strict gun laws for the past decade. In 2011 we released a music video tribute to Gabby Giffords after she was seriously injured in a mass shooting in Tucson. Now, the time has come where young people are taking control of this issue, and change will come…

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Country Stars React to Las Vegas Shooting

Oct 3, 2017 – Country stars react to the Las Vegas shooting. One country star, Calob Keeter of the Josh Abbot Band, even re-thinking their stance on the 2nd Amendment. Guns do not make you safer. They were asking heat big time, and were helpless. Read more on RawStory: https://www.rawstory.com/2017/10/country-musician-who-played-at-las-vegas-festival-reverses-pro-gun-stance-after-deadly-massacre/

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Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” Set to Cinematic Video

Director Colin Tilley Makes Epic-like Video Worthy of Award DEC 28, 2015 – Rapper Kendrick Lamar has teamed up with director Colin Tilley for a music video of his song, “Alright“, and it is a great production you must watch, and in JTMP’s opinion worthy of nominations and awards, specifically for any activist or social…

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#Enough

JTMP Calls On US Government to Act to Stop Gun Violence DEC 3, 2015 – Another day in America, another shooting, enough is enough. JTMP urges our supporters to contact their US Representative and US Senator and demand the act to try and prevent gun violence. We need the gun show loophole closed, operator licenses…

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AP: Stevie Wonder Speaks Out Against Racism, Guns

MUSICAL ACTIVIST ALSO CALLS FOR BETTER ACCESS FOR THE DISABLED NOV 13, 2014 – Stevie Wonder spoke out against many issues at his 2014 tour kickoff concert in New York city last Thursday (NOV 6), commenting about several issues such as gun control, racism, and even better services and access for the disabled. Playing at MSG,…

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