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Common Ground Reading Tote Bag, Gun Violence

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Start the conversation. Find Common Ground. Support responsible solutions to reduce gun violence.

Carry all your reading materials in this 12 oz Polyester Canvas Reading Tote.
External pocket for easy access and internal zipper pocket for your valuables.
Dimensions:  H 17" x W 14" x Flat

Color
Castle_Rock
Vibrant_Orange

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SIMPLE AND EASY TO TRANSPORT YOUR READING MATERIAL
Keeping it clean and easy, use this durable Common Ground Reading Tote to carry your reading materials and small items. 

  • 12 oz Polyester Canvas for exceptional durability
  • Polyurethane Coating to help keep your goods dry
  • Internal Zipper Pocket (will hold PLUS size phones)
  • External Pocket for easy to reach materials
  • COMMON GROUND straps to remind you that it takes two to find Common Ground

SIZE.
H 17" x W 14" x Flat

CARE INSTRUCTIONS.
Do not machine wash.  Spot clean with damp cloth.

WATER RESISTANCE
We apply a Polyurethane Coating to the inside of the fabric to protect your goods from a sudden downpour. We do not apply a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) Coating.  These coatings are fluorocarbon-based, generating by-products that are toxic and persist in the environment.  We prefer a slightly dirty bag to a dirty planet.

Designed in Portland, Oregon.  Made in China.

Common Ground Reading Tote Bag Gun Violence 1000 Pieces | #ProgressLooksLike


"1000 PIECES"

Common Ground Reading Tote Bag Gun Violence 1000 Pieces | #ProgressLooksLike

The ART - 1000 Pieces
1000 Pieces conveys the complexity of this issue, with both sides presenting an abundance of data, emotion, and reasoning. The enormity of this challenge must not overshadow how gun violence can strike any of us, shattering lives into thousands of pieces that can not be put back together.  Putting the pieces in place that will lead to progress is not comfortable nor straightforward.  Education, courage, and respectful dialogue are necessary to get the journey started.

Differences, yet an abundance of common ground. Let us choose to use this common ground as a foundation for progress to fight this epidemic of gun violence.  We must be open to thinking differently.  We must be willing to put ourselves in the "other shoe" so as to build empathy and respect for those with different opinions.  Progress on the epidemic of gun violence will take time, but the path forward starts with a single step.