National Gun Violence Survivors Week is February 1-7
Join us to honor the fifth annual National Gun Violence Survivors Week, a time where we take stock of the terrible human toll of America’s gun violence crisis and recommit ourselves to supporting survivors with action.Learn More
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Lack of Gun Industry Accountability
Every day, more than 110 people are shot and killed in the United States, but the gun industry plays by a special set of rules that allows it to avoid responsibility and endanger public safety.
The United States is a nation of gun violence survivors.
Survivors’ experiences in the wide-ranging nature of America’s gun violence crisis can take many forms. And as this report shows, 59 percent of adults report that they or someone they know or care about have experienced gun violence in their lifetime.Learn More
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Gun violence touches every town in America. For too long, change has been thwarted by the gun lobby and by leaders who refuse to take common-sense steps that will save lives.About Everytown
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