In some states, preparing for school shootings and being pro-gun aren’t seen as mutually exclusive.
Why are so many young people wearing orange this weekend? It’s about guns violence.
The good news is that most people will recover from trauma, the bad news is that social media puts us all at risk.
Gun ownership in Texas is treated as a birthright. The right to bear arms is not in question, but the need to prevent guns from falling into the wrong hands is.
In the first thirty days after shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, there was an almost 300-percent increase from the rate of shooting threats. What qualifies as a shooting threat? What steps should be taken afterwards by schools and law enforcement?
On 4/20 there’s a national walkout to call for an end to school shootings. For many, many young people, that’s not the primary kind of gun violence that keeps them up at night.
Beautiful graphics and geotagged tweets show — in real time — just how widespread the #NeverAgain movement has become.
“That’s the world we live in. If an issue is not affecting a certain class or demographic, it’s ignored.”
On Saturday, activists from across the U.S. are gathering with one message: #Enough. We’ll keep you updated on marches in DC and around the country.