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Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center Apr 23
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Kris Brown Apr 14
This is encouraging to see, indeed. Thank you for this important message, .
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Kris Brown May 22
This book is a must-read for anyone working in the gun violence prevention space as well as those who have survived domestic abuse or have a loved one who has.
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AFFIRM Research May 19
Firearm sales are rising in response to the uncertainty of . This is especially dangerous for those forced to stay home with an abusive partner. Visit to learn how you can stay safe at home during this time.
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Kris Brown May 23
Today is 6 yrs since a gunman motivated by misogyny went on a shooting rampage in Isla Vista. 6 yrs, and we still have weak laws that allow violent abusers to easily access guns. We must renew the Violence Against Women Act. We must pass ERPOs. We must end this.
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Kris Brown Aug 6
This lifesaving legislation will close the deadly "boyfriend loophole" and prevent dating partners convicted of domestic violence from purchasing guns. It is a common-sense measure, and it must be passed immediately. Thank you, .
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Speak for Safety Jan 9
It's likely that Colorado's new extreme risk law almost immediately saved a life. A man in a domestic violence situation told police he was “contemplating doing something bad to myself” and that it was a “good thing they stopped me."
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Gun Responsibility Jul 7
The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated the risk of domestic violence as families endure social and economic hardship and are cut off from their normal support systems. It is more important than ever to
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Dakota Jablon Dec 11
It is absurd that the House passed VAWA back in APRIL with bipartisan support and yet the Republicans are choosing to side with the NRA instead of survivors. Call your Senator and demand they cosponsor ’s VAWA!
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Team ENOUGH Dec 30
19-year-old student Lyniah Bell was in the bedroom of an apartment when she was shot in the head and killed. She was on a full-ride academic scholarship to MSU and was studying business and journalism.
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Eve Levenson 📢 Jun 8
Disarming domestic abusers means taking away the badges of place officers who are perpetrators of domestic abuse.
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Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence Jul 27
"Nearly 92% of all women killed by guns in high-income countries were American women, and American women are 21 times more likely to be shot and killed than women in other high-income countries." Learn more at
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Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence Apr 8
Domestic violence and guns are deadly combination. We must continue to work to
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MA Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence Jun 29
Another tragic shooting this weekend in MA. Guns and domestic violence are a fatal combination. An abuser with a gun is 5 times more likely to kill his partner
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Lisa Geller Jun 30
Most mass shootings are related to domestic violence. To prevent these casualties (& other gun violence injuries/deaths) we must ensure that domestic abusers cannot access firearms (through effective implementation & relinquishment).
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Disarm DV Jul 31
This is far too common in the United States. What a horrible tragedy.
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EndFamilyFire Apr 14
We're encouraged to see that is underscoring the importance of safe firearm storage in response to increases in gun sales. In this time of uncertainty, one thing we can control is storing our guns safely.
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CAP Gun Violence Prevention Jan 31
Replying to @CAPWomen
Stalking is often misunderstood, made light of, but let’s be clear, stalking IS violence. One study found that 76 percent of women who were murdered by a current or former intimate partner experienced stalking in the preceding year.
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AFFIRM Research May 29
With stay-at-home measures in place, is on the rise. Spikes in firearm sales increase this risk, giving perpetrators access to lethal means. reminds us to stay connected within our communities and help save lives.
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Gun Responsibility Jul 13
Domestic violence calls are the most dangerous calls officers make. Disarming domestic violence helps keep survivors and law enforcement safe from gun violence.
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