Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard: Roll Up Your Sleeves and Get Involved
Dr. Lorenzo Neal: How We’re Bringing Actualized Change
Donnitta Marie Sinclair: Growing, Rebuilding, Restoring, and Healing Our Community
Jenevia Blanks: All You Have To Do Is Show Up
Honoring Survivor Changemakers for National Gun Violence Survivors Week
2022 Year in Review Highlights
Where We Work, We Win!
Why First-Time Voters and Youth Gun Safety Advocates Are Mobilizing Ahead of the Midterms to Secure a Safer Future
Students Demand Action volunteers and first time-voters, Insherah Qazi and Kayleigh Wolfe, on the importance of the youth vote in electing gun sense leaders.
Black survivors of domestic violence deserve to feel seen, heard and supported
Muslim women are resilient
Unpacking the Generational Trauma in Latinx Communities
Living in LA and becoming curious about the connection between Latinx communities and trauma, Edna Chavez decided to get involved in gun violence prevention work.
Latinx Heritage Month is a time to empower young voices
Claire Hein Blanton: Governor Abbott has continued to fail Texans. He has continued to fail our children.
Self care helps you get in touch with yourself after challenging times
Empoderar las voces latinas ayudará al movimiento de prevención de la violencia con armas de fuego
Gun Violence Memorial Project: Objects to remember those taken by gun violence
Empowering Latinx voices will help the gun violence prevention movement
In Iowa, Gun Safety is on the Ballot This November
Public Measure #1 would force Iowa courts to evaluate firearm-related laws, jeopardizing basic, common-sense public safety laws in Iowa.
2022 State Victories for Gun Safety
Throughout the 2022 session, state lawmakers and governors enacted at least 51 gun safety laws and blocked 95% of the gun lobby’s agenda.