One way we are changing hearts and minds about the urgency of America’s gun violence epidemic is by amplifying survivors’ stories.
At our State of the Union on Gun Violence last week, we heard gut wrenching stories from inspiring people who overcame trauma to become leaders of our gun reform movement.
We listened to harrowing stories from Black and Brown people who lost loved ones or were shot themselves. We heard about a tragic suicide of an LGBTQ person and a survivor of domestic violence.
Guns Down America is dedicated to centering survivors in our work to push federal lawmakers to take action that will end all forms of gun violence.