The family of Noah Pozner and 8 other families of people killed in an attack on a Newtown, Connecticut, elementary school in 2012 filed a wrongful-death lawsuit on Monday against the company that manufactured the gun used in the attack, [the Hartford Courant reported.]
Since the Newtown rampage, two rabbis who have been personally touched by gun violence have sought creative ways to change our culture. They say Congress isn’t the place to start.
The man who killed 26 people including 20 children in an attack on Sandy Hook Elementary School almost a year ago acted alone and his motive may never be known, according to an investigative report released on Monday.
Naomi Zeveloff, Forward deputy culture editor and editor of The Sisterhood, won a Front Page Award in Newspapers with circulation of less than 100,000 by the Newswomen’s Club of New York on November 14..
EDITORIAL: Veronique Pozner, who lost her son in the Newtown rampage, says ‘our compass is broken’ for not taking action on gun violence. It’s hard to disagree.
Veronique Pozner was consumed with grief after the murder of her son in the Newtown rampage. But she turned her grief into action, in a model for us all.
Sara Smith Smirin is among a flood of activist moms lobbying Congress this week to pass what she calls “common sense gun legislation.” She cites Veronique Pozner as an inspiration in her fight.
My name is Vernoique Pozner, I am the mother of Noah Pozner. I speak today on his behalf.
When Noah Pozner’s mother shared gruesome details about his murder, she followed a path set by the mother of civil rights martyr Emmett Till. Will her choice also change history?
During her interview with the family of Newtown rampage victim Noah Pozner’s family, Naomi Zeveloff was stunned by the stark descriptions provided by his mother.