Stefany Mayz In The News
Monday, June 20, 2022, 8:07:33 PM UTC
Stefany Mayz unveils remastered track 'Change'
For Mayz, personally, “Change” is the culmination of anger, fear, and frustrations she experienced during a period of near-homelessness in late 2019
Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 1:50:41 AM UTC
Marchers Protest Gun Violence in OC
OCEAN CITY - While drivers tooted their car horns in support, a couple hundred people marched across the Ninth Street Bridge June 11, as part of a nationwide movement of more than 450 marches planned to demand an end to the nation’s gun violence epidemic.
Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 1:30:33 AM UTC
NJ Spotlight News: June 13, 2022
We bring you what's relevant and important in New Jersey news, along with our insight. Watch as the NJ Spotlight News team breaks down today's top stories.
Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 1:53:44 AM UTC
GALLERY: March for Our Lives in Ocean City
On June 11 2022, on the 9th street bridge in Ocean City, the group March For Our Lives held an anti-gun violence march to the Welcome Center and back to the park at the entrance to the city.
Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 1:22:43 AM UTC
At least 10 marches in NJ Saturday call for end to gun violence
Stefany Mayz was a child when the Columbine High School massacre shocked the United States in April 1999.
Now Mayz has two children of her own, who are about the same age as those killed in the latest high-profile mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas last month.
Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 1:03:33 AM UTC
Ocean City Marchers Rally Against Gun Violence
Hundreds of people marched across the Ninth Street Bridge in Ocean City on Saturday to take a stand against gun violence. Marchers from all ages wanted to make it clear that assault weapons should be banned, that no child should die and no more innocent lives should be taken.
Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 1:28:21 AM UTC
Marches against gun violence planned in Ocean City and Atlantic City
OCEAN CITY — Like millions of Americans, Stefany Mayz watched in horror as news broke of yet another mass shooting, this one in a small community in the Texas hill country, called Uvalde.
Tuesday, June 14, 2022, 1:55:54 AM UTC
Singer invites community to join in #MeToo music video at Washington Lake Park
Stefany Mayz admits she's been stung by comments some people leave on her social-media posts about sexual-assault awareness.
"Call me crazy, but I can’t feel sorry for victims anymore," one commenter wrote. "Sure they’re scared but they should’ve opened up a long time ago. Now they just sound silly."