Special Event at the Michigan State Capitol Building in Lansing Honoring National Pit Bull Victim Awareness Day

Responsible Citizens for Public Safety is Holding This First-Ever Event National Pit Bull Victim Awareness Day Event, October 24, 2019 at the Michigan State Capitol. Special Event Lansing, Michigan - On October 24, in recognition of National Pit Bull Victim Awareness Day (October 26), members of the Responsible Citizens for Public Safety (RC4PS.org) will congregate on the steps of the Michigan State Capitol building in Lansing to hold a special tribute to the victims wh… [Read full blog post]

ArtPrize Exhibit, 'Out of the Blue,' the First Physical Memorial for Fatal Dog Attack Victims

Out of the Blue Grand Rapids, MI - Artist Joan Marie Kowal created an entry for the Grand Rapids ArtPrize 2014 competition titled, "Out of the Blue." It is the nation's first physical memorial for victims of fatal dog attacks. Nearly 30 differently decorated crosses in multiple shades of blue each represent a person killed by a dog. She titled the entry, Out of the Blue, because that is how fatal dog attacks often occur. Kowal hopes to raise awareness about these victims and to pr… [Read full blog post]

Kaylie's Candlelight Vigil for Victims of Dangerous Dogs Approaches

Dog Bite Victims' Advocates Flying in Across the Country to Attend DogsBite.org - This Saturday marks the second annual national dog bite victims' advocacy event. At 6:30 pm on the California State Capitol building steps, Kaylie's Candlelight Vigil for Victims of Dangerous Dogs commences. Leading victims' advocates from across the United States will be in attendance. Dennis Baker and his family inspired this year's event after his precious 3-year old granddaughter wa… [Read full blog post]

Family Sponsoring Candlelight Vigil for Victims of Dangerous Dogs Launches Fundraising Campaign

Pre-Order T-Shirts and Candles Sacramento, CA - The family of a young girl mauled by a pit bull last year is sponsoring a candlelight vigil event in October to honor and remember the victims of dangerous dogs. For three weeks (through July 17), the family is running a campaign to raise the initial funds to buy bulk t-shirts and candles for the event. Donation amounts start at $10 -- check out the campaign perks to learn more. DogsBite.org will be at the vigil, along with other advo… [Read full blog post]