Gun theft is rampant in states across the country, leaving all of our communities vulnerable to violent gun crime.
Click here to view all videos in the "Why I Fight To End Gun Violence" series. Gun violence affects nearly everyone. Close to 40,000 Americans die and more than 100,000 are injured by gun violence every year. With numbers that large, it's easy to lose sight of the individual stories of those directly affected by...
Barbara, Rachel, and Marcy are fighting to end gun violence to help make the world a safer place for women and other survivors of domestic violence.
Tia, Aalayah, and Teyonna are fighting to end gun violence to make sure that young people have a chance to reach their full potential.
Shirley Carter shares her story about why now is the time to end gun violence.
Andrea Murray is fighting to end gun violence to honor her father.
Maria-Teresa Liebermann-Parraga is fighting to end gun violence for communities both in the United States and abroad.
Milagros Burgos is fighting to end gun violence to make sure that people are safe in their own homes.
Davoria Williams explains how her personal experiences and stories have pushed her to join the fight to end gun violence.
The DaSilva family is fighting to end gun violence in order to prevent families from losing their loved ones.
Judy Schneider-Wallace is joining the fight to end gun violence in memory of her late husband.
John Lindsay-Poland explains that he's fighting to end gun violence in order to make the world a safer place.
Robin Brinkley White describes the impact of gun violence on her life and why she's fighting to end this epidemic.
States could save lives by passing tougher gun laws, but gerrymandering keeps progress out of reach.
Putting an end to gerrymandering could lead to tougher gun legislation at the state level—and, as a result, safer communities.