Guess Which One of These is Banned in America?

Moms Demand Action produces powerful print ad

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Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a grassroots organization formed after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings, teams up with Grey Canada for this powerful image, showing two little girls, one holding a copy of "Little Red Riding Hood," the other, holding a gun. The copy asks you to guess which child is holding something that was banned in America to protect the kids. The answer, of course, is the book -- the Charles Perrault version of which was banned in two school districts in California because among the items that Little Red Riding Hood carries to her grandmother was a bottle of wine.

Grey New York also released an anti-gun PSA this week. Created for States United, the television commercial featured a man bursting into an office and shooting, only to stop because he's using an antiquated musket.

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Apr 17, 2013
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