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Mass Shootings in the United States: 2009-2017
Using FBI data and media reports, Everytown for Gun Safety developed an analysis of mass shootings that took place between January 2009 and December 2016.
Moments That Survive
Every gun violence survivor’s story is different, but the moments that survive bring us together. Read stories from gun violence survivors or share your own.
Unchecked: Online Gun Sales Investigation
Federal law only requires a background check when the seller is a licensed gun dealer, other sales like unlicensed gun sales negotiated over the internet are unregulated and unchecked. Learn more in our investigative report.
Gun Violence in America
Read our latest statistics on America’s unprecedented levels of gun violence.
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Students Demand Action
High school and college students from across the country have had enough of gun violence in America. Sign up for Students Demand Action today.
Gun Law Navigator: see how your state’s gun law compare
Everytown is excited to present the Gun Law Navigator, the largest historical database of current American gun laws. Two years in the making, this interactive tool compares gun laws between states and how those laws have changed since 1991.
These shootings are #NotAnAccident — Be SMART for kids
The U.S. has one of the highest reported rates of unintentional child gun deaths in the world. But these tragedies aren’t accidents — they are preventable. Our #NotAnAccident index reveals the scope of this uniquely American problem.
When children get a hold of unsecured guns, the results can be tragic. Every 36 hours, a child unintentionally fires a gun and kills or injures himself or someone else. And that doesn’t include the number of suicides–and even some homicides–that occur when kids have access to unsecured guns. The Be SMART campaign asks parents and all responsible adults to prevent these tragedies by following five simple steps: Secure guns in homes and vehicles; Model responsible behavior around guns; Ask about the presence of guns in other homes; Recognize the risks of teen suicide; and Tell your peers to Be SMART. Since 2015, Moms Demand Action volunteers have spreading the message about responsible storage in their communities.