VERB: a word used to describe an action.


VERB: a word used to describe an action.
1.Preschoolers practicing lock down drills and elementary schools giving out bullet proof panels for backpacks.
2.The Senate voting against what 90% of Americans think are reasonable and common                            
sense gun laws, only because the NRA has them in their pockets.
3.An election that left so many feeling lost and broken and unsafe within their own boarders.
ACTION must be taken, and President John F Kennedy said it best. “If not us? Who? If not now? When?” The conversation needs to happen and it needs to happen now. It’s not to soon, it’s years too late. 
By purchasing your VERB necklace a percentage of the proceeds are going to help reduce gun violence by supporting the millions mayors, moms, cops, teachers, survivors, gun owners, and everyday Americans that are working to make all of our communities safer. The VERB necklace design is inspired by the idea that until congress takes reasonable action to help prevent gun violence they are making targets out of all of us. The names, Tasia, Monas and Zoi are the from the greek words for Protector, Guardian and Life. The three foundations of our mission at VERB.
Our hope is that by wearing the VERB necklace it inspires you to take action in your own way.  Engage in conversation with someone different, listen to others, practice empathy and hug your loved ones. We are all more alike than different.  
Stay Safe,


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