September 9, 2016, 7pm – screening of “Guns and Mothers” at the Skid Row History Museum & Archive.
Movie Nights At The Museum are free, with free popcorn, coffee, and conversation.
Parking is available in the same building on the 3rd, 4th and 5th floor.
Take the elevator in the back to the 2nd floor where the Skid Row History Museum & Archive is located (440 S. Broadway, Mezzanine Level, Los Angeles, CA 90013).
Directed by Thom Powers | Running time: 53 min
Two advocacy groups, The Million Moms and the Second Amendment Sisters, are diametrically opposed on gun control, but they agree on one point: mothers will and should have a voice in determining gun control policy in America. GUNS & MOTHERS explores the grassroots beliefs of both movements by focusing on two different women, living in two different Americas: one in Brooklyn, the other in rural Pennsylvania.