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Vote November 6th!

Vote November 6th!

Will your candidates act to keep you safe from gun violence? Vote in the midterms November 6th and support candidates who’ll stand up to the gun lobby! #VoteThemOut if they won’t! Read More
NYAGV Announces State Office Endorsements for November Elections

NYAGV Announces State Office Endorsements for November Elections

October 18, 2018 – New Yorkers Against Gun Violence announced its state office candidate endorsements for elections being held on November 6, 2018. Each candidate has made a strong commitment to policies that reduce gun violence and help protect New York communities. NYAGV considered each candidate’s response to NYAGV’s candidate questionnaire, support for gun violence... Read More
Stop Betsy DeVos's Plan to Arm Teachers

Stop Betsy DeVos’s Plan to Arm Teachers

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is considering an outrageous proposal that would allow states to use your federal tax dollars to arm schoolteachers. This dangerous proposal will not make our students safer—it will lead to more senseless deaths and injuries, and to the increased militarization of our schools. To protect our children and teachers, we... Read More
2018 Annual Benefit: Supporting GVP Leaders of Tomorrow

2018 Annual Benefit: Supporting GVP Leaders of Tomorrow

Reserve your tickets and sponsorship today and help support the next generation of gun-violence-prevention leaders! Read More
NYAGV Joins the Youth Over Guns March

NYAGV Joins the Youth Over Guns March

On Saturday, NYAGV and a coalition of gun violence prevention organizations joined the Youth Over Guns March over the Brooklyn Bridge to end gun violence.                                                       Read More
How Have Your Members of Congress Voted on Gun Bills?

How Have Your Members of Congress Voted on Gun Bills?

Come election time, let’s use our votes to defeat representatives who have refused to support strong, sensible gun laws. NPR has just posted a useful tool in its post, “How Have Your Members Of Congress Voted On Gun Bills?.”  It links to charts showing how each state’s Congressional representatives voted on gun issues over the... Read More
Youth Ed Students March For Their Lives in D.C.

Youth Ed Students March For Their Lives in D.C.

Our ReACTION Youth Program students were thrilled to be part of the historic DC March For Our Lives! Read More