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The Fight is ON for Gun Control, Prescription Drug Reform, & Challenging Roe v Wade

July 13, 2022
On the radio show this week, we cover the epidemic of gun violence and the next steps we need to take to solve it; get the scoop on prescription drug pricing reform and how relief may soon be coming your way; hear the latest in the childcare crisis and which solutions are moving forward and how,...
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Ban military-style assault weapons and high-cap magazines now!

July 7, 2022
A Fourth of July neighborhood parade. Another young white man with a military-style semi-automatic assault rifle, who, this time, killed six people and injured 26 more, many of them children. [1] Our scarred hearts are again aching for the victims, their families, and the Highland Park community.
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We Are MomsRising

15 Washington State Fellows dedicated to bringing equity, and healing to their communities, and MomsRising.

June 30, 2022
Being a parent is a selfless act. For many, advocacy is reimagined here. The dreams of a brighter future for our children and communities is our motivation. Our Washington state Fellows of 2022-2023 encompass selflessness, determination, and vulnerability as they step more deeply into the shared...
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Gun Safety, Equality Act, Roe v. Wade, & COVID Vaccine Release for Kids

June 28, 2022
On the radio show this week we cover what’s happening with gun safety; The Equality Act and Pride Month; the latest with Roe v. Wade; and the release of the COVID vaccine for young children. *Special guests include: Kelly Sampson, Brady United Against Gun Violence, @bradybuzz; Kierra Johnson,...
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Gun Control Now

Pide al Congreso que detenga la violencia armada

June 8, 2022
A pesar de que no han terminado los servicios funerarios de las víctimas de la escuela primaria Robb Elementary en Uvalde [1] y que ya han ocurrido más de 200 tiroteos masivos en 2022 [2], hay miembros del Congreso que todavía insisten en que las armas deben estar en todas partes y se resisten...
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Top #5Actions of the Past Week: Saturday, June 4, 2022

June 3, 2022
It’s been hard. While field days and graduations both signal the end of the school year and the transition into summer camps and backyard BBQs, the pandemic remains a constant force in our lives and we need to keep the pressure on Congress to address the emergency that so many of us continue to live in.
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Tell Congress to Stop the Scourge of Gun Violence

June 3, 2022
Tulsa, Uvalde, Buffalo. The news of unspeakable gun violence is excruciating and unceasing. Guns are now the leading cause of death for children in America. [1] Yet, there are members of Congress who still insist that guns should be everywhere and resist life-saving legislation, even as over 200...
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Top #5Actions of the Past Week: Friday, May 27, 2022

May 28, 2022
There are not enough words to express the intense grief that we feel about the senseless violence and loss of lives in Uvalde, TX this week, and in Buffalo just days prior. The families and communities of those taken too soon will remain forever incomplete and deeply traumatized. Lives and...
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North Carolina Vigils Call for Action to Reduce Gun Violence

May 23, 2022
On April 24 at 7:30 pm, gun violence prevention vigils took place simultaneously in multiple cities across North Carolina. They were hosted by the NC Gun Violence Prevention Coalition, which includes North Carolinians Against Gun Violence, North Carolina Council of Churches, Raleigh-Apex NAACP,...
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Stop violence by fighting white supremacy

May 18, 2022
Over the weekend, an 18-year-old white supremacist drove for hours to a neighborhood grocery store in Buffalo, where he shot 13 people, specifically targeting Black people. Ten died. [1] Our hearts ache for the victims and families of the Buffalo shooting and for the city itself. Our hearts break for the Black community, which once again has been targeted in a racially motivated mass shooting.
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