These groups want to help control gun violence. Let’s give them a hand.
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence develops and implements extensive public health and safety programs and utilizes the courts to reduce gun violence. Through their Legal Action Project, they represent victims of gun violence in cases against irresponsible gun sellers and owners.  Through their public health and safety programs, they inspire safer attitudes and behaviors around the 300 million guns already in our homes and communities and new gun purchases taking place every day.
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Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America was created to demand action from legislators companies, and educational institutions to establish common-sense gun reforms. They are a non-partisan grassroots movement of American mothers demanding new and stronger solutions to lax gun laws, loopholes and policies that for too long have jeopardized the safety of our children and families. Moms Demand Action supports the 2nd Amendment, but believes common-sense solutions can help decrease the escalating epidemic of gun violence that kills an American child every 3 hours and 15 minutes.
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Newtown Action Alliance
The Newtown Action Alliance is an all-volunteer grassroots organization founded by Newtown residents following the tragic mass shooting there in December, 2012. NAA is committed to working with others to reverse the gun violence epidemic in America through the introduction of smarter, safer gun laws and broader cultural change. The NAA’s approach includes building bridges between the many rural and urban victims and communities across America who are directly impacted by gun violence. NAA also focuses on the next generation of leaders and voters, enabling teens to rise up and organize via the Junior Newtown Action Alliance.
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Guns in the News
Turn NRA Tweets into dollars for anti-gun violence.
The NRA has been firing off a lot of pro-gun rhetoric lately. It’s time to use their social media against them.
How it works:
Every time the NRA Tweets, you donate money to an anti-gun violence charity of your choosing.
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More pledges = more money raised.
What they’re Tweeting.
And what it’s costing them.
This Tweet
“The #NRA booth at the Great American Outdoor Show #GAOS ”
- Tweeted by the NRA on Feb. 7, 2014, 4:34 p.m.
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This Tweet
“Home-defense is more than a static idea for confronting a bad guy ”
- Tweeted by the NRA on March 10, 2014, 7:16 p.m.
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“Another Reason to be Concerned about Obama’s Surgeon General Nominee ”
- Tweeted by the NRA on April 13, 2014, 8:06 a.m.
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“#California Dems propose background checks on people who purchase ammunition #guncontrol”
- Tweeted by the NRA on Jan. 10, 2014, 2:18 p.m.
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“An armed deputy sheriff at Arapahoe HS likely prevented a school shooting there from being worse ”
- Tweeted by the NRA on Dec. 17, 2013, 7:36 a.m.
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