Our work is not finished.

Are we going to stop here? Absolutely not.

We have curated four actions that you can take immediately in the section below.

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Immediate Actions to Keep the Momentum Right Now

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1

Attend a rally for the 50th Anniversary of Assassination of MLK on April 4, 2018

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Sign the petition to override Governor Rauner's veto on gun licensing in Illinois

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Attend Townhall for Our Lives - IL6 to push your lawmakers to enact gun reform 

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Sign up for Strides for Peace to promote gun reform in Chicago

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Join a local Moms Demand Action chapter to effect change on gun reform with other committed activists

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Donate to support Kids off the Block

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Listen to the heartbreaking gun violence experienced by teens across the nation

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Townhall for Our Lives

First we marched for our lives. Now we will demand action on gun reform from our lawmakers. Sign up here for updates and information on your local townhall event.

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Gather is your activism go-to. It's the one place to discover all of the ways to take action. We have partnered with the incredible organizers from March for Our Lives Chicago to support gun violence prevention. Start your political journey today by signing up through the button at the top of this page or by clicking here.


What does March for Our Lives stand for?

Thoughts and prayers are insufficient to address the gun violence dilemma in this country; we must call for policy and change from our lawmakers. We are pushing IL and national lawmakers to enact common-sense gun reform that addresses mass shootings and systemic inner-city violence.

In addition to marching to combat school shootings, we are marching for Chicago communities of color whose gun violence narratives have been silenced for decades. Given the relevance of gun violence prevention for our city’s black and brown communities, the Chicago event will carry a heightened significance in pushing legislators to craft policy that addresses not only mass shootings but systemic gun violence in minority communities. This is an inclusive endeavor. This is everyone's movement.