Gun violence takes many forms, and not all of them make the news. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to end this crisis, so we have to attack it on all fronts.
Nearly two-thirds of gun deaths are self-inflicted, and the majority of Americans who die by suicide use a firearm. Addressing gun access creates more second chances for people in crisis. LEARN MORE
In too many cities, underserved communities suffer from daily shootings. But proven community-based programs can save lives. Learn More
KIDS & GUNS
Every child deserves to live free from violence. Our kids pay an enormous price for our nation’s weak gun laws. At least 4.6 million children live in homes with loaded, unlocked guns. LEARN MORE
Police violence is gun violence—and it’s past time to address it. Nearly 1,000 civilians are shot and killed by police every year, many of them unarmed.Learn More
Access to guns turns abusive situations deadly—women in the US are 21 times more likely to be killed with a gun than women in other high-income countries.Learn More
Tragedies in schools, workplaces, and houses of worship terrorize Americans of all ages. Weak laws make it all too easy for shooters to obtain weapons of war.LEARN MORE