Activists push for gun reform in posters (includes video story)

A group of community activists in Washington D.C. is hoping to spark conversations about gun violence with the help of one of the ten commandments.

The Busboys and Poets restaurants and the Anacostia Coordinating Council are working together to pass out the “Thou Shalt Not Kill” posters in neighborhoods that have seen an uptick in gun violence.

The community-based restaurant has seen an increase in locals asking about the campaign, but for some residents, the movement is only a temporary solution.

Sabrina Beguiristain is a Florida International University student majoring in digital journalism. She is passionate about both visual and auditory media such as broadcasting and podcasts. In the near future, Sabrina hopes to produce creative forms of news to emphasize events and stories that should be shared.