Brittany Kaufmann Envisions “A Brand New Vibrant and Electrifying World”
“Texting Is an Integral Part of the Gun Violence Prevention Movement”
Our Toast to 2023
Young Black Changemakers Summit: 2023 Recap
If You Can Make a Difference in the World, Do It—and Don’t Look Back
Tennessee students deserve safe schools. Our lawmakers must act on gun violence.
Many young Tennesseans will head back to school in the coming weeks, and we must continue to demand our lawmakers take action on gun safety.
We’re Here, We’re Queer, We’re Proud
Turning Sympathy into Change: Youth Advocacy for Gun Violence Prevention in Indianapolis
Here We Are: How Students Show Up to Prevent Gun Violence
Lawmakers: Listen to Young Trans People
Jakoby Mitchell: Turning Our Pain Into Purpose
The Gun Industry Can’t Ignore Students Demand Action
Secure storage is important for gun violence prevention and school safety. Here’s how I’ve advocated for it in my community.
Students Demand Action volunteer Madeleine Ahmadi is a prominent advocate for secure storage in her community of Essex Junction, Vermont.
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.
Latinx Heritage Month is a time to empower young voices
Self care helps you get in touch with yourself after challenging times
Finding your identity does not define your worth
The best way to deal with and overcome trauma is to openly acknowledge its presence
Creating greater and better Latinx engagement can expand the gun violence prevention movement
Inspiring Others to Take Action Through the 3 Homegirls No Gun Podcast
In 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic was worsening in the United States, then 16-year-old Alé Ortiz was inspired to join the Students Demand Action…