Gun violence is a public health crisis that our country has been facing for decades. We seek a society where we can feel safe in our communities without the risk of violent death.
Violence interrupter programss offer a community-based approach to reducing communal and interpersonal violence that treats violence as a public health problem.
In times of increased gun violence, thoughts and prayers are no longer enough. We need policies and action.
For the first time in more than two decades, lawmakers in the 117th Congress (2021-2022) passed significant legislation to address gun violence. The law included four key FCNL gun violence prevention priorities.
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