Vision Quilt: Standing up against gun violence

Panel made by participant of Vision Quilt (KTVL / Ashley Carrasco)

ASHLAND, Ore - Community members are standing up against gun violence by using creative expression.

"Vision Quilt" is national grassroots effort.

People make panels which can either be used as marching banners or made into a quilt.

The idea is get people fighting back and letting them know gun violence does not have to become America's "Norm."

"I feel like things can change but it takes a lot of people to work together with the same common vision and goal," said Rael Reif.

The panels will be displayed at the 20th annual Ashland Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday celebration.
It is scheduled for January 18 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Historic Ashland Armory in downtown Ashland. To build your quilt head to

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