News of the Las Vegas shooting was heartbreaking, but sadly, it wasn’t shocking…because I’ve experienced gun violence in my family as well.
For many young people, thoughts and prayers may not seem like enough. So what other options are there for people who want to DO SOMETHING?
“In the beginning [the students] thought gun violence was normal. They believed it was normal to hear shootings on a nightly basis, for people to solve conflicts with a gun.”
#1: Don’t just skim headlines — read the damn articles.
It’s been one year since the Pulse Nightclub shooting where 49 people were shot in a popular gay club. For me, the pain is still fresh.
Every now and then I still find myself in a potentially threatening situation, and I start to think about getting a gun.
When tragedy strikes, it leaves echoes long after the moment itself.
Kailah Hall shares the story of when her family was touched by gun violence: searching for answers to bring the family together.
When I woke up that morning, it felt like just another day. Little did I know that my life would change forever.
Why do majorities of young people of color say they value gun rights over gun control but the majority of young white people say the opposite?