Artists and Colo. students create art using surrendered guns

04/6/2014 | Daily Camera (Boulder, Colo.)

Seniors in a political action class at Centaurus High School in Lafayette, Colo., will work with artists to create an exhibit where pieces are made from surrendered firearms. The project was prompted by research on U.S. gun-related deaths in the wake of the Sandy Hook, Conn., shooting. "We figured what better way to bring awareness to the issue than build a memorial for those who died where people walk by it every day and think, 'What is this about?' " student Kenny Sweetnam said.

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