Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions
Mar 30, 2022
The Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions will continue to bring a public health lens to reduce gun violence in the U.S., focusing on research while expanding evidence-based advocacy for effective and equitable policies.
Colorado Vote Without Fear Act
Mar 22, 2022
Gun violence prevention advocates at the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence celebrated Colorado General Assembly passage of the Vote Without Fear Act yesterday, legislation that would prohibit a person from openly carrying a firearm within any polling location or central count facility, or within 100 feet of a ballot drop box or any building in which a polling location or central count facility is located.
Violence Against Women Act Passage
Mar 11, 2022
Today, gun violence prevention advocates at the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence celebrated Congressional passage of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Reauthorization Act of 2022 within the omnibus package, landmark legislation that will expand services for sexual assault survivors, especially for Black and minoritized communities disproportionately impacted by intimate partner violence-related homicide.
EFSGV on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Historic Nomination
Feb 25, 2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 25, 2022 MEDIA CONTACT: Adam Peck, West End Strategy Team email@example.com, 202-531-6408 The Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence Welcomes Historic Supreme Court Nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson WASHINGTON — The Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence today welcomed President Biden’s historic nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the …
Racial Equity Impact Assessment
Feb 17, 2022
Gun violence prevention groups have developed a new tool to help ensure solutions to gun violence are centered in equity.
EFSGV Recognizes Black History Month
Feb 01, 2022
Meaningfully addressing gun violence requires equitable solutions that center the lived experiences of impacted communities.
Colorado Extreme Risk Protection Orders
Jan 18, 2022
Two years after being enacted, Colorado’s law establishing Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs) has been a life-saving tool to reduce the public health epidemic of gun violence in Colorado.
Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy
Jan 17, 2022
Fulfilling Dr. King’s dream for a better America requires bold and resolute action to protect communities of color from violence and oppression.
Defending Democracy: Addressing the Dangers of Armed Insurrection
Jan 03, 2022
The insurrection at the Capitol last January 6th was the loudest expression of a continuing effort by armed insurrectionists to upend government policy through political violence and intimidation.
EFSGV Analysis of 2020 CDC Data
Dec 16, 2021
Gun deaths in the U.S. reached the highest level ever recorded in 2020, claiming the lives of more than 45,000 Americans, according to newly-released data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).