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ACP President Wayne Riley, MD, MACP, represented ACP in
Charleston, SC, at commemoration of the six month anniversary of
the shootings at the Emanuel A.M.E. Church. "Moving from Crisis to
Action: A Public Health Approach to Reducing Gun Violence,"
included representatives from national and local medical, legal,
and law enforcement officials who discussed the impact of gun
violence on citizens, communities and the economy.
Dr. Riley's remarks focused on the recommendations from the
College and the American Bar Association published in the policy
Injury and Death in the United States: A Call to Action from 8
Health Professional Organizations and the American Bar
Association, published on April 7, 2015. A total of 52
organizations have endorsed the paper and its call to action.
An op-ed, "Firearms violence in America: Long past the time for
action" co-authored by Dr. Riley and Paulette Brown, President
of the American Bar Association, was published in The Post &
Courier, a Charleston-based newspaper. The op-ed was written in
advance of the most recent tragic shootings in San Bernadino, CA.
ACP offers condolences to the victims and their families.
"From Doctors and Lawyers: A Plea for Action on
Guns," a joint letter to the editor from the presidents of ACP
and the American Bar Association, was also published on December 8,
January 2016 Issue of IMpact