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Never Never Never Again: Preventing Gun Violence in Washington State

Top resources to protect kids and families from gun violence

Published on: March 30, 2018

Jake Ostrow March for Our Lives Seattle
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Jake R. Ostrow, who took this photo at Seattle's March for Our Lives, is a Garfield High School student who marched in honor of a friend "from Marysville who experienced the effects of gun violence at Pilchuck High School."

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It's been 19 years since Columbine, 5 years since Sandy Hook and two months since Parkland. Gun violence is now the third leading cause of death in children. 

ENOUGH. 

For years, ParentMap has covered the issue of gun responsibility from every possible angle. In the wake of the Parkland shooting, we are renewing our commitment to protecting children and families from gun violence. We join teen activists from across the country, Washington state's MomsRising and Alliance for Gun Responsibility and others in calling for common-sense gun reform and saying, once and for all: #NeverAgain.

Below find ParentMap's top resources for learning about this issue and opportunities for taking action. Find more on our gun safety page

Stop school shootings

Best photos from  March for Our Lives Seattle

How Washington stacks up in gun laws

Op-ed: We need to arm educators with more resources

Seattle teens plan local March for Our Lives

How teens get a helper's high from #Enough

Students find support for gun reform

Olympia considers gun measures

How campus security has changed since Sandy Hook

Everyday actions to protect kids

Just ask: How to ask about guns on a playdate

How to teach your kids personal safety skills

Mom quandary: Allow kids to have toy guns?

Just how bad are toy guns for kids?

Personal stories that bring it home

Why gun violence is never accidental

Notes from a school lockdown: My imagination is a terrorist state

Normal from the outside: One family's story of guns and domestic violence

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