Gun Education

March 14, 2014
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Mayor Martin Walsh at the Ruggles T Station last month unveiling a program that will places ads for Operation LIPSTICK on the MBTA. Operation LIPSTICK is a program run by the Jamaica Plain-based nonprofit Citizens for Safety to educate women about the dangers of buying guns for boyfriends, husbands or acquaintances who can’t buy or legally possess them because they are felons. LIPSTICK stands for “Ladies Involved in Putting a Stop to Inner-City Killing.” (Photo by Isabel Leon/Mayor’s Office)

Mayor Martin Walsh at the Ruggles T Station last month unveiling a program that will places ads for Operation LIPSTICK on the MBTA. Operation LIPSTICK is a program run by the Jamaica Plain-based nonprofit Citizens for Safety to educate women about the dangers of buying guns for boyfriends, husbands or acquaintances who can’t buy or legally possess them because they are felons. LIPSTICK stands for “Ladies Involved in Putting a Stop to Inner-City Killing.” (Photo by Isabel Leon/Mayor’s Office)