Mother of Sandy Hook victim talks ‘choosing love’ Tuesday on the HAN Network

Scarlett Lewis, founder of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation, will be a guest on Tuesday’s Coffee Break on HAN Radio and streaming on the Hersam Acorn Network.

Scarlett’s son, Jesse McCord Lewis, was one of the students murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012.

The foundation she leads in his memory works with educators to develop school-based programs that the organization says work to “change our current culture of violence to one of safety, peace and love.”

Show begins at 11 a.m. Tuesday

Scarlett Lewis will be in the HAN studio to discuss her work and an upcoming event, set for June 11 at Jimmy’s Southside Tavern in Darien.

Coffee Break airs at 11 a.m. on weekdays. Listen at or Watch it live at

Jesse’s father, Neil Heslin, is a 1981 Shelton High School graduate.

To learn more about the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation, visit