Activist Lois Schaffer discusses her book, "From Bullet to Bullhorn"

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH, 7PM
AT THEODORE'S BOOKS

Join us for an evening with Long Island activist Lois Schaffer as she discusses and signs copies of her book, From Bullet to Bullhorn: Stories of Advocacy, Activism, and Hope.

This event is free and open to the public. Registration is appreciated but not required.

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ABOUT THE BOOK:
At any given moment gun violence has claimed the lives of innocent people. Whether it be a massacre or a single shooting, they are all devastating losses due to illegal gun posession. Contained within the pages of this book, are inspirational accounts of survival, advocacy, and action shared by those who were suddenly affected by the loss of a loved one in hopes to heal themselves, other survivors, our society, and to implement sensible gun legislation for a better future. These are their stories. They are all true stories written about and by people from various parts of our country whose lives were impacted and changed forever due to the accessibility of guns. 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Activist, dance enthusiast, coordinator, administrator, and grants writer for nonprofit organizations, Lois Schaffer has devoted her energies to protecting human rights. Her activism prompted her to participate in marches and rallies in support of the civil rights movement and to protest the war in Vietnam. She was actively advocating the reduction of gun violence even before her daughter's murder. Now her energies are even more focused to honor her daughter's memory and prevent tragedies for other families. Lois's nonprofit, grant writing, and administrative duties included writing proposals for the Pearl Lang Dance Foundation Inc. and supporting low-income housing for seniors. Her ongoing mission to reduce gun violence has included speaking about sensible gun legislation to various local and national groups and attending press conferences, gun-control rallies, and the legislative hearings on gun control in Connecticut after the Newtown massacre. This book is indicative of her commitment and concern for others. Lois and her husband David live in Great Neck, Long Island. They have a son and six grandchildren.


PLEASE NOTE: All books signed at this event must be purchased from Theodore's Books. If you purchase your book in advance of the event, please save your receipt.

Event address: 
17 Audrey Avenue
Oyster Bay, NY 11771-0000