Pennsylvania Becomes Latest State To Fund Urban Gun Violence Prevention

Pennsylvania is creating a new gun violence prevention initiative that will fund programs working to stop shootings in urban communities, where this bloodshed tends to take the largest toll, Gov. Tom... Read more

Can I Make My Company Take a Stand on Guns?

I live in Europe and work for a company based in the United States. I’m increasingly uncomfortable with the rate of gun violence and mass shootings in the United States,... Read more

An Open Letter From Hunters About Gun Reform

We are Republican, Democratic and independent. We come from the East, South, Midwest and West. We are conservative, progressive and liberal. We are men and women. We include eight members... Read more

Donald Glover dances out his rage in “This Is America”

Childish Gambino takes on police brutality and the nation’s gun epidemic in new single. Read more

An Open Letter To My Beautiful Brown Son On Mother’s Day

And when I imagine summoning the strength to kiss you goodbye, I can’t help but think of the last kiss mommies like me gave boys like you before they were... Read more

Seven governors launch effort to study gun violence

“The federal government’s continued inaction on this issue has not only allowed the epidemic of gun violence to spread, but it has left it to the states to provide the... Read more

In cities beyond Parkland, gun violence for teens is a daily struggle

I was 10 years old when I realized I would lose friends and loved ones to gun violence. Read more

Texas Disability Group Wants Victims' Voices Heard In Gun Debate

A disability rights group in Texas sent out a survey last month, trying to figure out how many of its members became disabled by gun violence. The group, ADAPT of Texas,... Read more

19 Years After Columbine, Students Again Say ‘Enough’ on Gun Violence

Most of them were not yet born when students shot a dozen people to death inside Columbine High School in Colorado, an atrocity that sparked a national debate over guns... Read more

Gun Control, White Paranoia, and the Death of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Not even forty-eight hours after Martin Luther King, Jr., was murdered, on April 4, 1968, twenty-eight thousand members of the National Rifle Association alighted on Boston for their annual convention. Read more

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