We voted for gun violence prevention!

Congratulations to President-elect Joe Biden and VP-elect Kamala Harris!  We voted for so many things, but especially for gun violence prevention! At the DNC 2020, Biden highlighted the gun violence epidemic. More recently on the campaign trail, Harris stated a series of executive orders for gun control. What’s next? A concession by the sitting President is an American tradition, but not required by

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In 2018, young people across the country marched for an end to gun violence. Now, they’re old enough to VOTE and marching to the polls in record breaking numbers. Massachusetts Election Day Poll Hours: 7am-8pm ##

Voter suppression happening

VOTER SUPPRESSION The FBI is investigating arson at a ballot box in front of the Boston Public Library. The last collection before the fire at the Copley Square box was ~2:30 pm on Saturday, 10/24. Nearly 122 ballots were found inside, and Secretary Galvin said most were intact to be processed. We encourage all voters to track their mail-in ballot for

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MA voter registration deadline

In the News: Shareholder group of Nuns ask Smith & Wesson to consider the impact of gun violence. A mass shooting in Arizona – a family of seven shot, tragically the baby died. South Floridian man arms himself with an AR-15 and handgun while visiting Disney World. Kenosha shooter won’t face charges in home state Illinois. Giffords launches a National Gun Owners organization to counter the NRA.

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Stop Handgun Violence joins Coalition to oppose Supreme Court nomination”

“As organizations working to strengthen public safety laws across the country, we are coming together to urge the Senate Leadership against rushing through the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the United States Supreme Court in the midst of an ongoing national election.” Read the full letter here: Gun Violence Prevention Organizations Letter to Senate

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Early Voting

Early Voting has started!               Check if your state offers early voting here. Massachusetts voters have the option to vote with mail-in ballot OR in-person for early voting. Dates & times vary per town/city. Virginia voter registration down on the last day of voter registration deadline. Appeals court reinstates Governor Abbott’s order reducing TX ballot boxes to one

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Mobilize with Music

We are Ready to Mobilize with Music this Wednesday at 7:30pm For the full list of performers and to make donations click here: Then please watch the VP debate. And most importantly, VOTE. VOTE FOR GUN SAFETY #VoteForUs Gen Z voters are mobilizing voter turnout. Giffords reports on armed voter intimidation and harassment for each state. The Coalition to

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FIFTH ANNUAL “CONCERT ACROSS AMERICA TO END GUN VIOLENCE” GOES VIRTUAL WITH JACKSON BROWNE, BONNIE RAITT, WYNTON MARSALIS, MELISSA ETHERIDGE, JOHN FOGERTY AND OTHERS Nationwide virtual event October 7, 2020 (Boston, MA.) For the fifth-annual Concert Across America to End Gun Violence the concert will be a virtual livestreamed event with high profile talent like

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35 Days Until Election

35 Days Until Election Get your bumper sticker #VOTEFORUS VERY Important Dates for Massachusetts October 17: Early Voting begins October 24: Voter Registration deadline October 28: Deadline to request a Mail-in Ballot October 30: Early Voting ends November 3: General Election ALL Mail-in Ballots must be postmarked by November 3rd and received by November 6th to be

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Action Week for ACLU

Police Reform in MA Massachusetts legislators are still reviewing reforms to public safety, such as an end to qualified immunity and restrictions on use of lethal force. Join us to support ACLU-MA  WEEK OF ACTION : #PoliceViolenceHappensHere  On our calendar: Concert Across America 2020 featuring performances by Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Wynton Marsalis, John Fogerty, Melissa Etheridge and

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Select the below link to contribute what you can to help us prevent firearm violence through public awareness, sensible legislation and support for law enforcement - without banning guns.