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Brady Campaign From their website:

"In getting the bipartisan Brady Law passed in 1993, Jim and Sarah Brady accomplished the inconceivable. But there's more work to be done — and only when we work together will we solve this problem. In order to do that work, we must accept these three truths about America's gun violence epidemic: 1) Gun ownership demands responsibility; 2) Those empowered to do so must uphold existing gun laws; and 3) Gun violence is a uniquely American problem that impacts all races and ethnicities in the country, but nonetheless exacts a particular toll on Black and Brown communities."

"It's time we unite people of all races and ethnicities from coast to coast, progressive and conservative, young and old, fed up and fired up, to work with us and end what is taking so many lives. It's in our hands."

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Change the Ref From their website:

"CHANGE THE REF RAISES AWARENESS ABOUT MASS SHOOTINGS and works to reduce the influence of the NRA and gun manufacturers through strategic interventions and by using art as a form of communication. Change the Ref (CTR) was formed to amplify and support youth efforts and movement building. They use urban art and non-violent creative confrontation to advocate for the eradication of the gun violence epidemic and to expose elected officials who are bought and paid for by the NRA and gun manufacturers. #NeverAgain"

"Our Mission: Shifting America's social response to gun violence, by uniting creativity, activism, disruption, and education."

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Everytown for Gun Safety From their website:

"Gun violence touches every town in America. For too long, life-saving laws have been thwarted by the gun lobby and by leaders who refuse to take common-sense steps that will save lives. But something is changing. Nearly 10 million mayors, moms, teachers, survivors, gun owners, students, and everyday Americans have come together to make their own communities safer. Everytown starts with you, and it starts in your neighborhood. By introducing evidence-based solutions in every town, we can end gun violence."

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Giffords From their website:

"Our country is in the grip of a gun violence epidemic. Every American will know a victim of gun violence in their lifetime—this is not normal, and it doesn't have to be this way.
Giffords is fighting to end the gun lobby's stranglehold on our political system. We're daring to dream what a future free from gun violence looks like. We're going to end this crisis, and we're going to do it together." 

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Grandmothers Against Gun Violence From their website:

"Founded in January 2013, a few weeks after the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, Grandmothers Against Gun Violence is a growing grassroots non-profit organization with ~1,200 members from over 30 states and a vision to eliminate gun violence in all our communities.

We are citizen activists united in our goal to create a safer world for all grandchildren and rising generations. We are committed to diversity and inclusiveness in our approach, and acknowledge the inter-generational nature of the gun violence prevention movement. We work with like-minded people and community organizations to pass common sense gun safety legislation at the local, state and national levels."

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Grandparents for Gun Safety, Stand with Us! From their website:

"Grandparents for Gun Safety... was founded in 2013, in the wake of the lack of Congressional action following the Sandy Hook shooting that claimed 27 victims, 20 of them children. Since the very beginning, we have emphasized education, safety and the need for common ground gun reform, including universal background checks, waiting periods for gun purchases and other reforms to reduce the danger of gun violence."

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Here 4 the Kids From their website:

"The Here 4 the Kids movement calls on Colorado Governor Jared Polis to sign an Executive Order to ban guns and implement a statewide buyback program. To achieve this goal, we are organizing a sit-in of 25,000+ white women from around the country on Monday, June 5, at 5am in Denver, Colorado.

Our movement is led by Black, brown, indigenous, women of color and honors the six hundred Black civil rights leaders and peaceful demonstrators who began their journey from Selma to Montgomery in 1965 and their sacrifice and efforts, which led to The Voting Rights Act of 1965.

We respectfully ask white women to put their bodies on the ground as marginalized communities have always done and continue to do. As we prioritize the safety of historically marginalized and vulnerable populations such as BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, non-citizens, and disabled folks whose bodies are often on the front lines fighting for human and civil rights, we invite white women to take part in this act of civil disobedience.

As we cannot guarantee ADA-compliant access and/or safety on the ground, we are encouraging people from marginalized and vulnerable communities to join the remote campaign"

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Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions From their website:

"We conduct rigorous research and use advocacy to implement evidence-based, equitable policies and programs that will prevent gun violence in our communities."

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March for our Lives From their website:

"We mobilize the nation to end gun violence"

"Born out of a tragic school shooting, March For Our Lives is a courageous youth-led movement dedicated to promoting civic engagement, education, and direct action by youth to eliminate the epidemic of gun violence. We aim to create safe and healthy communities and livelihoods where gun violence is obsolete."

"We create cultural conversation around ending gun violence."

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Moms Demand Action From their website:

"Moms Demand Action is a grassroots movement of Americans fighting for public safety measures that can protect people from gun violence. We pass stronger gun laws and work to close the loopholes that jeopardize the safety of our families. We also work in our own communities and with business leaders to encourage a culture of responsible gun ownership. We know that gun violence is preventable, and we're committed to doing what it takes to keep families safe."

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Newtown Action Alliance From their website:

"Newtown Action Alliance is a national all-volunteer grassroots organization founded by Newtown residents after the tragic December 14, 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting where 20 children and six educators were senselessly gunned down. We are a group of advocates, families of victims and survivors of gun violence, who are working to transform our tragedy into meaningful action to end gun violence. We are dedicated to reversing the escalating gun violence epidemic in this nation through the introduction of smarter, safer gun laws and broader cultural change.

Our membership is open to anyone who wants to help make this nation a safer place for our families and children."

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Protect our Schools From their website:

"Inspired by the courageous young people across the nation, students, parents, educators and community advocates are joining together to take action on gun violence in schools. Together we must take up the students' call, "No more."

We call on every individual and community in America to join us—in a way that makes sense for them—to demand that our leaders take real action to end gun violence in our schools and to protect our students.

We know that this problem can be solved."

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Sandy Hook Promise From their website:

"Sandy Hook Promise is a national nonprofit organization founded and led by several family members whose loved ones were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. Based in Newtown, Connecticut, our intent is to honor all victims of gun violence by turning our tragedy into a moment of transformation. By empowering youth to "know the signs" and uniting all people who value the protection of children, we can take meaningful actions in schools, homes, and communities to prevent gun violence and stop the tragic loss of life."

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States United to Prevent Gun Violence From their website:

"As progress on meaningful Federal legislation and action has ground to a halt, it is more urgent than ever that state gun violence prevention groups have the resources they need to effect change on the state and local levels. The independent state groups that have affiliated with States United know their states' legislators, press outlets, and most pressing issues. Their laser-sharp focus makes them uniquely qualified to be the go-to gun violence prevention experts in their own states."

"States United to Prevent Gun Violence is unique in its commitment to independent state organizations, providing our 32 state affiliate affiliates with strategic support, operational backup, and opportunities for connection. Our support allows these independent organizations to work more efficiently and effectively, building healthy communities and reducing gun deaths and injuries through stronger laws, community education, and grassroots action. In this way, we are working toward a 50-state solution to end gun violence."

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