Gun Policy Scholars Program - Summer 2019
The Safe Tennessee Project Gun Policy Scholars Program is designed for high school students (rising 9th graders through rising 12th graders) who are interested in learning more about gun policy and legislative advocacy. The class will provide an overview of the Second Amendment, including key court cases and federal and state laws, a history of the National Rifle Association, a review of US and Tennessee gun violence, and current gun violence and gun violence prevention research.

The class will last approximately six hours and will include a binder of course materials, and the books “The Second Amendment: A Biography” by Michael Waldman and “Reducing Gun Violence in America: Informing Policy with Evidence and Analysis” by Daniel Webster. Lunch will be provided. There is no cost to attend.

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The Gun Policy Scholars Class will be offered on three separate days. Interested students should pick a day that works best for their schedules. All classes will be held at Second Presbyterian Church, 3511 Belmont Boulevard.
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