The fight to curb gun violence must address the violence inflicted by law enforcement.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting eight fearless women leading some of today’s biggest and most impactful social movements.
Armed adults don’t make kids safer. They put them at greater risk.
“Our voices are getting louder. Our political power is expanding.”
A day of convening that seeks to bring together diverse groups working to end gun violence in their communities through learning, collaborating, coalition building, and healing.
The war abroad and the war at home are both fueled by a fear of encroaching chaos — and it’s hard to miss the racist subtext.
From Orlando to Washington, a culture of fear and bigotry is taking hold of this country. We can stop it together.
Let’s say the U.S. actually curbed its military adventurism, reeled in the Pentagon budget, and closed its global network of bases. Then what?
In a field defined more by conformity than contradiction, here’s where the candidates split.
Relentless racism and a powerful anti-gun control lobby make for a deadly combination.
The burden is on those of us who advocate gun control to prove that deterrence doesn’t work with firearms.
Sure, some people can use guns safely. Some people can also smoke crack safely, drink and drive safely and handle explosives safely. We don’t let them because too many other people can’t.
Across our country, women are walking away from Regal Cinema’s pretentious abrogation of our Fourth Amendment rights.
When James Holmes mowed down twelve people and wounded almost sixty at a movie theater in Colorado, aggression penetrated my pores, inundated my brain and covered the cells of my heart.
Why do so many Americans believe that to properly protect ourselves today, we need guns?