Moms Demand Action

Moms Demand Action


Join our grassroots movement of Americans demanding reasonable solutions to address our nation’s culture of gun violence. @MomsDemand is a part of @Everytown.

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Today, @Everytown  endorsed @Joe  href='/s/Biden'>Biden for president. VP Biden has a track record of prioritizing gun violence prevention throughout his career—from writing VAWA, to helping pass background checks into law—and he'll prioritize gun safety in his first 100 days in office.

Six people, including a 6-year-old boy, were wounded Friday in D.C. when three gunmen walked into a barber shop and opened fire, police said.

We are grateful for @  href='/s/JoeBiden’s'>JoeBiden’s unwavering support of the gun violence prevention movement over the past several decades and we look forward to engaging our supporters and volunteers to help him get elected.

Gun sense voters: It’s primary election day in MI, MS, MO, ID, WA and the ND Caucus! Today, cast your vote for a presidential candidate who has fought his entire career to end gun violence, @JoeBiden! 

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Keylan Cuble, 17, was unintentionally shot and killed by two friends, both 16, who were “playing” with a gun. The gun had been reported stolen after a vehicle burglary over the weekend.

We are grateful for @  href='/s/JoeBiden’s'>JoeBiden’s unwavering support of the gun violence prevention movement and look forward to engaging our supporters and volunteers to help him get elected. #DemDebate 

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If you’re feeling isolated, anxious or depressed during these times of uncertainty, contact the National Suicide Prevention Helpline to be connected to free and confidential support, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Violence interrupters in Chicago, who typically patrol the city’s streets in an effort to prevent shootings, are taking on the dual task of educating people in their communities about COVID-19.

Two years ago today, millions of Americans followed the lead of students and flooded the streets of their communities to #MarchForOurLives,  standing as a unified front against senseless gun violence in our country.

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