#TB4YS Wins Big Thanks To Your Support

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On behalf of Anthony J. Sturdivant and Think Before You Shoot, we would like to thank you for your continued support throughout the Chicago Redeye Big Idea Awards. Thanks to your votes and support creator Anthony J. Sturdivant won the Big Idea Awards this past Friday (11-14-2014) and was presented with the award along with other opportunities to continue to spread this positive message. Together we will change the way we think so that we can attack the gun violence that has been plaguing our city, while also inspiring the communities to create change. Again thank you for you support and we look forward to the opportunity to represent the city of Chicago in a positive way. We would like to thank The Chicago Redeye who showed the movement and Anthony a lot of love and support not only for an idea but for the purpose and message of the idea.

Below you can find a recap of the entire event along with creator and writer Anthony J. Sturdivant’s acceptance speech.


About TB4YS

I am a screenwriter and producer from the west side of Chicago, Illinois who is ultimately looking to make a change through films. I recently started a short film mini series that will focus on promoting positivity around the world while asking for individuals to think before they shoot. I've always been someone who wanted to speak positivity into the world, but most importantly the youth. I want to get as many messages out as possible; these perpetrators electing to shoot with intentions on harming another are affecting the society as a whole.
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