Making a Future for Our Community
On Giving Tuesday, Invest in Community-Based Violence Intervention Organizations
New Research and Strategies on Gun Violence Trauma
Keeping Our Communities Safe, One Conversation at a Time
Why These Veterans Advocate for Gun Violence Prevention
Every year on November 11, the United States celebrates and honors veterans in recognition of their “patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.” Veterans Day marks the anniversary of the armistice in World War I, which went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. We spoke with four members of the Everytown Veteran Advisory Council about what Veterans Day means to them, why they advocate for gun violence prevention, and what solutions they would like to see implemented to address the gun violence crisis in the United States.
Drawing On Our Talents and Experiences: 10 Years of Moms Demand Action
Providing Hope and Healing to Domestic Violence Survivors
If You Can Make a Difference in the World, Do It—and Don’t Look Back
Ending Gun Violence Is an Integral Part of Ending Domestic Violence
It’s Not Too Late to Prevent More Tragedies
A Decade of Demanding: Moms Demand Action Leaders Share Their Journey
Announcing the Winners of the First Annual Everytown Law Fund Law Student Writing Competition!
Meet the 2023 winners of the inaugural Everytown Law Fund Law Student Writing Competition.
In Service of Domestic Violence Survivors
Some Mountains Are Not as Tall as They Seem
Meet the Latinx Leaders Bringing Community Violence Intervention Programs to Their Communities
Transformation in West Baltimore
Ask a Veteran: Suicide Prevention and Awareness
The Deadly—Yet Predictable—Results of Combining Hate with Easy Access to Guns
On August 26, 2023, we witnessed yet another new headline in a tragically familiar story: Black people being killed simply for existing.