Taking a stand against gun violence

Thoughts and Prayers are not enough.

We need action.

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Lawmaker Rankings

Often people will ask us if their legislator supports or opposes commonsense gun violence prevention policies. We have devised a scoring system designed to give citizens a snapshot of where their elected officials stand. Here are the results.

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See who you need to contact to make your voice heard about common sense gun laws.

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Survey: Constant Worry from Gun Violence Taking Toll on Youth

In the midst of Philadelphia’s most violent year in decades, youth spread out across Philadelphia to understand how their peers are navigating gun violence in an increasingly unpredictable world. The survey results revealed the rippling impact of shootings: 88% of youth were worried that gun violence could injure a friend or loved one.

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CeaseFirePA3 days ago
"Some attackers brought arsenals of guns to DC in their cars but left them there for fear of arrest. Without strong gun laws, the insurrection could have been a blood bath."

Read how CeaseFirePA member Tom Buglio describes how effective gun laws likely saved lives on January 6th in Washington D.C.
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CeaseFirePA4 days ago
One year ago, a 25-year-old Black man went for a run and never came home.

Ahmaud Arbery was jogging when he was pursued, shot, and killed by a group of armed white men. Today we honor Ahmaud's memory by fighting for justice.

Black Americans shouldn't live in constant fear of being killed. And white Americans with guns cannot serve as judge, jury, and executioner of Black lives.
CeaseFirePA
CeaseFirePA6 days ago
Going bowling shouldn't be a death sentence.

Frank Wade was a father, fiancée, and aspiring chef — and he should still be alive today.