Moments That Survive
A memory wall for victims and survivors to share how gun violence has impacted their lives.
Florida Mom Still Putting Pieces Together after Daughter’s SuicideSurvivor Stories
As a minister, I have officiated the funerals of too many black men in our community, and the crime is on humanity.
My son served our country in Afghanistan, but his brother died by gun violence here at home.Survivor Stories
My Baby Made the Ultimate Sacrifice to Save Her Baby’s LifeSurvivor Stories
Using My Voice to Make a ChangeSurvivor Stories
Sandy Phillips Fights for Stronger, Smarter Gun Laws in the Aftermath of the Murder of her Daughter in the Aurora Mass ShootingSurvivor Stories
A Conversation with Roxanna GreenSurvivor Stories
13-Year-Old Shot in Face by Friend; Mother Grieves His Loss, and the Lack of Charges in CaseSurvivor Stories
Missy Jenkins SmithSurvivor Stories
A Mom Demanding ActionSurvivor Stories
A Random Act of Violence, and an Excruciating Survival: “The bullet may not have taken my life then, but it may still.”Survivor Stories
My Daughter Died Because a Loaded Gun Was Left Accessible to a ChildSurvivor Stories
From a Loving Father Who Lost His Son in the Columbine Massacre 14 Years AgoSurvivor Stories
In Just Three Minutes, My Daughter Was Gone and My Life Forever ChangedSurvivor Stories
My Younger Brother Died Trying to Save Our DadSurvivor Stories
The Right Place at the Right TimeSurvivor Stories
My Son Was Living His Dream When a Single Bullet Ended It AllSurvivor Stories
Take It From Me: Gun Violence Can Happen to AnyoneSurvivor Stories
My Son’s Death Was Senseless and Entirely PreventableSurvivor Stories
When My Daughter Became a Victim of Violent Domestic Abuse, I Could No Longer Be SilentSurvivor Stories
When My Sister Told Her Abusive Husband She Was Leaving Him, He Shot Her to DeathSurvivor Stories
I was with Aunt Joyce at her home on the night she decided to end her life. I told her I would be back in the morning so we could talk more about whatever was troubling her.
My Beloved Aunt Took Her Life With a Gun. It’s an Image I’ll Never Forget.Survivor Stories
It Took Just 36 Seconds for a Gunman to Shoot My Son 15 TimesSurvivor Stories
I Realized My Son Was Dead When the Hospital Chaplain Asked if We Could PraySurvivor Stories
Did you know
58 percent of American adults or someone they care for have experienced gun violence in their lifetime.