Our work at Everytown for Gun Safety envisions a nation free from gun violence. We recognize that this requires a diverse, equitable, and inclusive staff, volunteers, and partnership network that utilizes the knowledge, skills, and experiences of different groups and peoples. Our work internally fosters principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and utilizes these principles to drive best practices in recruitment, retention, education, engagement, and overall staff growth.
This page provides more information about our internal DEI and Anti-Racism work. As we continue to build this page, you will find more content from our team and other staff.
Everytown for Gun Safety and our grassroots movement of nearly 10 million supporters—including moms, students, survivors, and mayors—are working to ensure a nation free from gun violence.
Here are the cultural months that Everytown elevates.
Celebrating the history and achievements of Black people across the African diaspora.
Women’s History Month
Annual celebration of the contribution and achievements of women throughout history.
Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month
An observation of the history, culture, and contributions of the AAPI community.
A celebration and commemoration of the LGBTQ+ community.
Disability Pride Month
A month to celebrate people with disabilities, honor their inalienable rights, promote their visibility, and applaud their achievements.
Mid September – Mid October
Celebrated from September 15 to October 15 in the United States, this is a recognition of the contributions and influence of Hispanic and Latinx people’s history, culture, and achievements.
National Disability in Employment Awareness Month
Celebrates the contributions of workers with disabilities and emphasizes inclusive employment policies and practices.
Native Heritage Month
A celebration of the diverse traditions, cultures, and histories of Native peoples.