Take Action to fund Gun Violence Research

Last month, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and members approved $50 million for gun violence research. Now it’s time for the Senate to do the same. Join us on Thursday, July 25th to push Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the Senate to fund gun violence prevention research.

Congressional Switchboard (800) 972-3524

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Summer Calendar

  • Aug 10 (Sat) Mother’s Dream Quilting Bee in Brockton.
  • Aug 13 (Tue) March for Our Lives: Boston meeting.
  • Aug 14 (Wed) Grandmothers Against Gun Violence rally in Hyannis.


You’re invited to our 25th Anniversary Party on October 24th!

Reserve your tickets here.



Across Our Nation

Violence Policy Center releases report on self-defense use of guns as a rarity.

A study shows gun ownership rates tied to domestic homicides.

A recent pediatric study shows tougher gun laws decrease child deaths.

Do Democrats play it ‘safe’ when legislating for gun control?

The rise of white supremacy violence at pubic rallies is alarming and some are taking up arms.

Massachusetts Gun Violence Prevention & Other States

YouthWorks secures $16 million state funds for preventative programs to support our most vulnerable Massachusetts communities.

Operation Lipstick was honored as a Track winner by Womenade Boston.

7 years later, Aurora remembers the mass shooting at a movie theatre that killed 12 people.

JT Lewis, brother of Jesse who died in the Sandy Hook mass shooting, announced a run for state senate.

1,100 students march to the Minnesota state capitol to protest gun violence.

New York police arrest 11 people for trafficking illegal gun purchases from South Carolina.

Pennsylvania Attorney General funds Operation Lipstick to combat straw purchasing and gun trafficking.

South Carolina University hosts a gun violence prevention panel discussion.

Seattle looks at gun violence as a public health issue at county summit.

The Gun Industry Rounds

Infighting continues within the NRA.

As the NRA struggles, will it maintain the same political influence in the 2020 election?