Gayle Anderson reports the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo begins a month of mourning in memory of the victims of the Monterey Park mass shooting. Museum officials say every night for a month, the museum will light the beacon in the museum’s Pavilion to mark the lives lost and the community trauma. 

Japanese American National Museum
100 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-625-0414

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has produced a special webpage and an Emmy Award-winning film entitled “Surviving An Active Shooter.” 

The webpage offers detailed information about having a plan and provides emergency contact information. This resource reportedly has helped nearly one-million become more aware and prepared for their response to an active shooter situation.

The webpage and video teaches people how to 1) Get Out, 2) Secure the Location, and 3) Defend Yourself. 

lasd.org/surviving-an-active-shooter

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