Gun Reform Update: #VoteforGunSafety

In case you haven’t been paying attention, your vote matters! Be an informed voter at the polls and check how your local state representative or senator voted in the last session for gun law reform. Get out the Vote with your-selfie!! Take a selife with your #WhyIVote #VoteforGunSafety sign & share it on social media. Or send

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Gun Reform Update: Register to Vote

Only 3 weeks until election day. Tomorrow is the last day for MA residents to register to vote in the November election. Don’t delay – register to vote today. Upcoming events: Oct 17th (Wednesday) – The Student Voice & Policy Change at UMass Dartmouth with David Hogg on the panel. Oct 20th (Saturday) – 2:30pm

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Gun Reform Update: Get Out The Vote

It was a somber week of events that eventually lead to the Senate confirming Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination on Saturday. His position that a ban on assault weapons as unconstitutional is an obvious declaration of the NRA dollars that supported him. But we move onward – here are upcoming events in the weeks ahead: Oct 17th (Wednesday)

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Gun Reform Update: Pledge to Vote

There was big news from Smith & Wesson shareholders. They voted in favor of issuing a report on gun violence and safety! On the calendar: October 6th (Saturday) – Election Season Launch with South Shore Moms Demand Action. October 16th (Tuesday) – David Hogg speaks at Boston Public Library on student actvism and gun control. October 19-21st – Student

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Gun Reform Update: Concert Across America

It’s been awhile since we last shared news but we were busy marching #50MilesMore last month! We are so proud of our students for using their voices and their feet for gun violence prevention. Before we share more details on their amazing march, here are some events coming up: Sept 20th-30th – The national Concert

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(Boston, MA. – September 19th, 2018) This week, a coalition – including students from Parkland and Newtown — with gun violence prevention artists, activists and organizations will reprise last year’s Concert Across America to End Gun Violence. Events range from selfie soloists to over 40 live concerts, digitally connected by #ConcertAcrossAmerica and Ten days

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50 Miles More: Massachusetts

The 50 Miles More: Massachusetts march, led by local youth activists, started in Worcester on August 23rd and ended August 26th with a rally at Smith & Wesson in Springfield. The march and rally aimed to keep gun reform issues in the national spotlight and to draw attention to the fact that young people feel

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Why I March – By Amelia

With just eight days until the walk, we continue to hear from students about why they will be walking 50 miles for gun violence prevention. You can join them at the end of their walk on August 26th at Smith and Wesson in Springfield, get details here. The following was written by Amelia, a rising senior

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Why I march- by Vikiana

Students will be convening on August 22nd for a 50 mile walk across Massachusetts for gun violence prevention. Below, Vikiana, a rising senior at Boston Latin Academy, writes why she is marching for gun violence prevention: “I march because others can not. I march for those who have been killed in their classroom, on their walk

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