This summer our new Miller Mentorship Program is training seven high school students to make change in their communities. The mentees–who participate in our ReACTION Youth Program during the school year–are exploing how gun violence intersects with race, gender, and economic inequality, and how to galvanize other youth to advocate for safer schools, streets, and communities.

In their first sessions, mentees discussed America’s gun violence problem, how other countries have addressed gun violence,  the type of American society they each envision, and the relationship between toxic masculinity and gun violence.

We’re excited to have these impressive young people working to help reduce gun violence and improve their communities!

Will you help support these youth education programs with a donation of $50?


Your donation will help us reach more young people this summer. Thank you!