Marc Peters covers the Preventing Gun Violence & Creating Safe Communities beat as a reporter for Campus Progress. He currently serves as the strategic communications and engagement associate at Living Cities. Additionally, Marc is a co-founder of MasculinityUand spends his off hours engaging men in a vibrant dialogue about gender roles. He also co-founded Naturally Blue PAC to bring progressive values back in the South and served as the PAC’s Communications Director. From 2007-2008, Marc worked as national student blog director for the Obama for America presidential campaign. In 2012, he helped edit Pushback.org, the news blog of Campus Progress Action. A recent graduate of the Clinton School of Public Service, Marc holds a Master’s of Public Service and a B.A. in Policy Studies and Newspaper Journalism from Syracuse University.
Recent articles by this author:
- To This Longtime Gun Owner, An Unrecognizable Industry
- Occupy The NRA Attends National Convention
- Snoop Lion Wants You To Remember The Cost Of Gun Violence
- Six Years After Virginia Tech, We’re Still Not Safe
- How Does Your Representative Grade on Gun Violence Prevention?
- ‘Accidental Racist’: Starting the Conversation Isn’t Enough
- Will We Reach Martin Luther King Jr.‘s Promised Land?
- NRA Report: Let Guns Into School
- Assault Weapons Ban Sinks, But Advocates Still Hopeful
- How Young People Are Rising From The Tragedy Of Gun Violence
- No NRA, Blaming Mental Illness Is Not the Solution To Curbing Gun Violence
- It Doesn’t Take A Superhero To Stop A Speeding Bullet
- The Youth Movement #Trayvon Martin Created
- A President’s Speech, A Child’s Life Lost, Another Day in Chicago
- How Youth Can Do Something About Gun Violence
- Here’s What Arkansas Students And Faculty Have To Say To Guns On Campus
- How One City Is Fighting Gun Violence By Engaging Young Americans
- Gun Violence Prevention: Not Just For White Picket Fences
- Report Says Solution to Gun Violence Rests With Youth
- Making the Right Play: Ravens’ Brendon Ayanbadejo Joins Athletes Taking a Stand on Marriage Equality