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Cameron Kasky, center, speaks at a news conference in Parkland, Florida, where a group of school shooting survivors announced a multi-state bus tour to “get young people educated, registered and motivated to vote.”  (Wilfredo Lee / AP)

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This summer, the students of March For Our Lives are making stops across America to get young people educated, registered, and motivated to vote.


Students gather at the U.S. Capitol to protest gun violence Wednesday, March 14, 2018 in Washington, D.C. (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/TNS)

How We Save Lives

1. Fund for gun violence research.
2. Eliminate absurd restrictions on the ATF.
3. Universal background checks.
4. High-capacity magazine ban.
5. Limit firing power on the streets.
6. Funding for intervention programs.
7. Extreme risk protection orders.
8. Disarm all domestic abusers.
9. Gun trafficking.
10. Safe storage and mandatory theft reporting.


Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school led hundreds of thousands in demanding gun reform in the March for Our Lives. Now, they are now turning their attention towards November, hoping to influence midterm elections.  (NBC Today Show)

Road to Change

When people across the country rallied at the March For Our Lives, we showed our politicians that we refuse to accept gun violence as an unsolvable issue. Now it’s time to turn our energy into action.


Advocates packed all three floors of the State Capitol rotunda during a rally calling for sensible gun laws sponsored by Protect Minnesota. ANTHONY SOUFFLE – STAR TRIBUNE

If Congress Won’t Act, American Voters Must

School students from Montgomery County, Maryland, in suburban Washington, rally in solidarity with those affected by the shooting at Parkland High School in Florida, at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., on February 21, 2018. – J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Local people gathered on the Walkway Over the Hudson on Oct. 29, marching and holding signs to protest the current New York State gun laws, which they feel are too lax. Courtesy of Laurel Hennen Vigil

The Brady Campaign “Bad Apple” Gun Dealer Press Conference and Rally on September 6, 2014 in Riverdale, Illinois. – Source: Jeff Schear/Getty Images North America

Join the tens of thousands of American moms who are saying ENOUGH to gun violence. Help us fight the epidemic that is killing nearly 7 kids and teens every day. Here’s how you can take action right now to make our country safer.