Quotes from Kaylee Tyner
Do you know anyone who has survived gun violence?
What is their take on this project?
While we cannot speak for every survivor as a whole, there are many survivors who have been involved in the #MyLastShot campaign since the beginning and we have consistently had overwhelming support from survivors.
What do you hope this campaign accomplishes?
We hope that #MyLastShot will never have to go into full effect, as in images actually being publicized, but rather it is used to make a shocking point to those in America who continue to be complacent to the country’s gun violence epidemic. We also hope this campaign will start a conversation around the realities of what gun violence truly looks like.
What makes this different from other gun-violence prevention campaigns?
#MyLastShot is different from other gun violence prevention campaigns because the organization will not focus on legislation and voting, but rather an opportunity for anyone living in America to start conversations around the horrific realities of gun violence. Along with that, #MyLastShot gives people a choice and a voice in the case that they do become a victim of gun violence. They can choose what they want to happen to them if they are to die.
Who can participate in this campaign?
While this campaign is starting with the youth of America, it is open to anyone and everyone living in the country. #MyLastShot is for all ages, genders, and backgrounds because gun violence does not discriminate.