The United States are struggling to address recent shootings. Deeply affected by the successive dramas and the controversy that has wracked the country since then, Lady Gaga has announced Friday on her behalf Facebook that she “will fully fund” a project of new classrooms for students and teachers in the cities affected by these crazy loopholes. For this charitable project, it will work through his foundation Born This Way , and in partnership with DonorsChoose.org.
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“We all have the right to laws that allow us to feel safe”
The ambition of Lady Gaga is to create 14 classrooms for the city of Dayton, 125 in El Paso, and 23 in Gilroy. The singer says that the goal of this initiative is to “give the support needed by the students to motivate them to work together and achieve their dreams”. “My heart goes out to those who have been removed too early and their families, to their loved ones and their communities that need to do their grieving,” she wrote in her message for his fans.
His gesture is accompanied by a statement very clear of his anger after the killings of mass that caused the disappearance of more than 500 people since the start of the year, and more than 2000 injured. “We all have the right to laws that allow us to feel safe”, she says while the debate on a stronger control of arms sales is revived. “For now, I want to channel my confusion, my regrets and my anger in the hope. Hope that we are there for each other and for ourselves,” she adds.
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“If you are wrong, be brave and tell someone you trust. Don’t be afraid to ask for help, I beg you. If you see a loved one in trouble, be brave and contact us, remind him that it is normal not to feel well, and listen. We can’t turn our backs on each other. We can’t divert us from our loved ones,” says Lady Gaga in her message.