Tell Warner Bros. to Help Keep Us Safe
Several family members of the 12 people killed during a screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado have sent a letter to Warner Bros. voicing their concerns over the release of the new Joker movie, out soon.
Sign their letter asking that Warner Bros. do all they can to help us build safer communities with fewer guns.
The Aurora families are urging Warner Bros. to do what every major corporation should:
1. End political contributions to candidates who take money from the NRA and vote against gun reform.
2. Use their political clout and leverage in Congress to actively lobby for gun reform.
3. Fund survivors’ funds and gun violence intervention programs in communities where theaters show Warner Bros.’ films.