The Impact of Gun Violence on Latinx Communities
4.1k Latinx people die from gun violence in the US each year.
Misogyny, Extremism, and Gun Violence
When the Shooting Stops: The Impact of Gun Violence on Survivors in America
90% of gun violence survivors report experiencing trauma from the incident.
More Than Brawlers: The Proud Boys and Armed Extremism
Alternative Dispatch Programs
<4% Fewer than 4 percent of 911 calls are related to violent crime, even in cities with high homicide rates.
Hurdles to Healing: Fixing Victim Compensation Funds
Unchecked: An Investigation of the Online Firearm Marketplace
1.2 million online firearm ads did not require background checks in 2018.
A License to Kill: Shoot First Laws, also known as Stand Your Ground
Ending Armed Assaults on Democracy
How the Strongest Gun Safety Administration in American History Can Address Gun Violence Through Executive Action
Firearm Suicide By Congressional District
A Deadly Year in Cities — And How Policymakers Can Respond
21.8 million guns were sold in 2020.
A More Complete Picture: The Contours of Gun Injury in the United States
Armed and Dangerous: How the Gun Lobby Enshrines Guns as Tools of the Extreme Right
The Rise of Firearm Suicide Among Young Americans
42% is the increase in firearm suicides in young people over the past decade.
The Impact of Active Shooter Drills in Schools
Gun Violence and the Police
Gun Violence and COVID-19 in 2020: A Year of Colliding Crises
Update Background Check Laws
22% of Americans report acquiring their most recent gun without a background check.
Untraceable: The Rising Specter of Ghost Guns
Taking Care of Yourself
VOCA Grants for Violence Reduction
$2.3 billion is the annual average allocation of Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) victim assistance funds to all states and territories.