Remembering 118,096 victims of gun violence

August 17, 2016

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118,096 victims of gun violence since the Sandy Hook massacre – that’s a crippling number. September 25th is the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims, designated by Congress in 2007. This September, we will remember the victims of Sandy Hook, Aurora, San Bernardino, Orlando, and so many more who lost their lives to gun violence. What better way to remember these victims than to unite through song?

Now for a more positive number: 195. That’s the total number of concerts happening across the country for the Concert Across America to End Gun Violence, and more are being added every day. If you are looking for a way to remember America’s victims of gun violence and be a part of  the movement, find an event near you and RSVP on Facebook. We’ll see you on September 25th!

AMERICANS KILLED BY GUNS SINCE THE MASSACRE AT SANDY HOOK

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