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Preventing Gun Violence Resources

Carol Wonsavage | Published on 6/2/2022
There are several national groups that a committee on gun safety might wish to follow via email, which track national initiatives, marches and policy statements. There are plentiful sources for statistics about gun violence, its effects on children, numbers of people killed, school shootings, etc. The largest issue, though, is the reality of politics in state legislatures and Congress, controlled by one major party. A June 11 march on Washington is in the planning stages. 


March for Our Lives -- --  regarding the planned June 11 national march in Washington, DC and how to organize a local march.

Prevent Gun Violence Florida,  Patricia Brigham, President  407-797-2562

Florida Gun Violence Prevention Group:  Informal group of representatives of local gun safety committees from Florida Leagues. Have monthly calls.  Kisa Shapiro,

The National Gun Violence Table – – holds a weekly national ‘call’ on zoom.  This clearing-house group tracks local, national and community efforts to combat gun violence and hosts regular zoom forums and meetings.  Robert Creamer, Pres at  (see the agenda from its recent May meeting below).

Gun Violence Policy Center -- -- very good research and policy resource.

Center for American Progress:  ee

Gun Violence Prevention Policy Center for American Progress – Alex Barrio, director,

Giffords: Courage to Fight Gun Violence  --

Everytown Support Fund --

Newtown Action Alliance, Po Murray Chairwoman:

Community Justice Action Fund --