US: Celebrities join campaign to prevent gun violence

Actor, director and producer Michael Douglas showed his support for IANSA member the Brady Campaign against Gun Violence on a poster for the campaign ‘Too Many victims’, launched on 8 January ahead of the first anniversary of the 2011 shooting in Tucson, Arizona. Dennis Hennigan of the Brady Campaign said, “'Too Many Victims' is about people. It is about the mothers and fathers, the sisters and brothers, the husbands and wives, the children and grandchildren, taken too soon. It is senseless. It is unnecessary. It must be stopped”. Other supporters of the campaign includes politician and activist Reverend Al Sharpton, comedian Lewis Black, and survivor of the 2007 Virginia Tech shooting Colin Goddard. A video featuring all the campaign posters is available here.