gun control

News

levi's has pledged over $1 million to help end gun violence

9,879 people have died as a result of gun violence in the US this year alone.
Roisin Lanigan
9.5.18
Culture

march for our lives showed me why we should listen to the kids

“This march is not the end of anything, it’s the beginning of a revolution.”
Erica Euse
3.26.18
Culture

powerful portraits of young new yorkers fighting for gun control

Crowding the subways, storming the streets, chanting stats, and calling BS on NRA blood money. Stanislaw Boniecki captures young activists at March for Our Lives in New York City.
Hannah Ongley
3.26.18
News

'time' magazine's new cover features the parkland shooting survivors

Nine student survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting have shared diary entries from the aftermath of the massacre.
Hannah Ongley
3.22.18
News

gucci gives $500k to students fighting for gun control

Survivors of last week’s school shooting are bringing a massive protest to Washington next month, and Alessandro Michele has their backs.
Hannah Ongley
2.23.18
Culture

‘the dark night’ is a dreamlike, disturbing portrait of american gun culture

Loosely based on the Aurora shooting at a multiplex movie theatre in 2012, Tim Sutton's latest film is a poignant exploration of gun culture, mental illness, and the monotony of suburban strip malls.
Hannah Ongley
2.3.17
Film

kristen stewart is directing a film about gun control

The actor-turned-director is ready to get political.
Isabelle Hellyer
1.23.17
News

yoko ono makes plea for gun control on anniversary of john lennon's death

'Together, let's bring back America, the green land of Peace," the legendary artist and activist implored this morning.
Hannah Ongley
12.8.16
Culture

12 l.a. residents discuss gun control in america

Artists, ER doctors, and a volunteer sniper: hear the real voices in the gun control debate raging on every street corner of the United States.
Grace Pickering
8.5.16
Culture

why danny lyon's iconic civil rights era photographs are more relevant than ever

Some of the most powerful photographs of the Civil Rights Era are by photographer and activist Danny Lyon. Last week at the Whitney Museum, Lyon sat down with his longtime friend, congressman John Lewis, to discuss a new retrospective of his...
Hannah Ongley
7.18.16
News

david byrne writes impassioned essay calling for gun control

'We are at war here,' Byrne writes, condemning the N.R.A. and Congress for failing to enact change in light of Sandy Hook and Orlando.
Hannah Ongley
6.22.16