SF students help write resolution against gun violence

by KTVU  |  published on November 20, 2014

Students at a San Francisco school may be helping the school board take the boldest stance against gun violence in its history.

The board’s commissioner Matt Haney is pushing for a resolution that would crack down on violence. Haney says homicides are the leading cause of death among 15 to 24 year olds in San Francisco.

Students at Buena Vista Horace Mann K-8 know that pain all too well.

One of their former classmates was fatally stabbed less than three months ago. That’s why they helped write the resolution as part of a civics lesson.

The students were friends of Rashawn Williams, a 14 year old who was fatally stabbed this fall by another student who used to go to the school as well.

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