Gun Reform Update: Watch 91% Private Screening

April 15, 2019

As we remember Virginia Tech 12 years ago today and Columbine nearly 20 years past, we choose to honor with action. Join our private screening of 91% to support the work we do to end gun violence.

What’s ahead:

  • April 20 (Sat) March For Our Lives Pioneer Valley launches in Northampton.
  • April 22 (Mon) March For Our Lives:Springfield fundraiser.
  • April 25 (Thur) Watch the 91% private screening with film director, John Richie.
  • May 1 (Wed) Understanding the Court Process with Grandmothers Against Gun Violence.
  • May 4 (Sat) Time Magazine presents ‘Guns in America’ in Falmouth.
  • May 12 (Sun) Walk with MA Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence at the LDB Peace Walk.

Gun Violence Prevention Across Our Nation

Democratic candidates embrace gun control on the trail.

Kaiser Permanente invests $2 million in gun violence research.

Education Secretary DeVos doesn’t dispute use of Federal funds for purchasing guns.

A generation is 90% stressed out and gun violence is partly to blame.

New Zealand votes 119-1 to reform gun laws.

Massachusetts & Other States

B-Peace for Jorge receives MVP Peace Award.

Northeastern University research sees domestic violence by guns is on the rise.

Two shot and killed in Mattapan.

New Hampshire House passes ban on firearms at schools.

3 dead after a stand-off in Manchester New Hampshire.

In Arkansas, a 14-year old student shot at school.

As Colorado becomes the 15th state to pass the Extreme Risk Protective Order into law, it raises controversy among law enforcement.

A former principal of Columbine shares his trauma.

Colorado Episcopal groups plan a weekend of action.

Illinois wants to extend fingerprinting on gun sales.

Missouri lawmakers debate concealed carry on campus.

An 8 year old in Ohio arrested for bringing a gun to school.

Philadelphia trauma surgeons treat ‘daily’ mass shootings.

A community remembers 32 lives at Virginia Tech 12 years ago today.

The Gun Industry Rounds

The NRA pushes back against a Texas public safety campaign.

Sandy Hook Families take on the Gun Industry

The NRA goes quiet on Sandy Hook hoaxer.

Sig Sauer CEO receives a fine for role in illegal arms shipment.

33 Republicans split from the NRA to renew Violence Against Women Act.

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