Gun violence activists push for storage laws as NRA gun safety bill returns –

Junction City woman deals with long covid in the wake of life-threatening battle with virus – The Junction City Union

Mary Snipes honors the memory of her son, Felix, through activism against gun violence – The Junction City Union

Moms Demand Action wants domestic abusers in Kansas to relinquish guns – Kansas Reflector

Moments That Survived in Honor of Felix

How 535,000 Covid Deaths Spurred Political Awakenings Across America – The New York Times

COVID-19 and Long Haulers

COVID-19 ‘long-haulers’ don’t want to be forgotten as the U.S. goes ‘back to normal’ “More than two years into the pandemic, those living with “long COVID,” medically known as post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2, remain sick and forced to grapple with a “new normal.” Even people who had a “mild” version of COVID-19 and weren’t hospitalized…

In honor of Felix “Flex” Snipes

On August 31, 2018, our lives changed forever when our son, Felix Snipes, transitioned due to a senseless act of violence. My nephew was also shot and lived, tearing our family apart. That Friday was the first game of the Junction City High School BlueJay football season, where Willie has been an assistant coach for…

Junction City woman attends rally to end gun violence

Mary Wilson-Snipes lost her son, Felix, to gun violence Aug. 31, 2018. He was only 29 years old. Ever since then, she has fought to keep his memory alive and to end gun violence. Wilson-Snipes founded a local chapter of Moms Demand Action which held its first meeting last month. Most recently, she took part…


These inds are all over the place via zoom due to lives lost & affected by #COVID19 & the variants. Safety, awareness, research, paid leave for all, children without parents\guardians, long haulers, & etc. What an HONOR @lucymcbath @SurvivorsChange @chrisjkocher & all involved — Mary Wilson-Snipes (@MaryWilsonSnip1) January 31, 2022