Dorchester is a community in our backyard dealing with constant gun violence. In the Commonwealth over half of all victims of firearm-related injuries are between the ages of 15-24, and we need a holistic approach […]
What is Discovery Day and why will Lexington Says #Enough have a booth? Discovery Day in Lexington is a free event that enables local businesses and organizations to boost their visibility. This year, it’s on […]
Candlelight Vigil to honor the victims of recent shootings Please join us to mourn the lives lost and lives forever changed by gun violence this week. RSVP here. Yesterday we lost a life to gun […]
In our effort to promote community conversations and learning about each other’s faith and traditions, Lexington says #ENOUGH is working on an event with First Parish and the Lexington Muslim community. Iftar depicts the breaking of the […]
It seems like every few months in the U.S. we learn of yet another mass shooting. We hear about the more shocking events: students, worshipers. However, we often don’t hear about the mass shootings in […]
The Louis D. Brown Peace Institute’s, Mother’s Day Walk is a beloved Boston tradition and celebration of our potential to create more peaceful communities. Every year families from across the state and region walk together […]
We have printed a limited number of flyers. Uploading it here so, we can see it on our phones during the program.
In the wake of Christchurch Mosque shootings, Lexington residents will stand in solidarity with our Muslim neighbors and friends. Please join us for this important vigil and show of support for the Muslim community in […]
On Tuesday, Nov 7, 2018, voters from across the country took to the polls and it has become clear: the politics of guns has shifted. Mass shooting after mass shooting has left an indelible […]
We held an emotional vigil for the victims of the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. Yet again, we are at the intersection of hate and gun violence. Hate – so […]
Shooting in Pittsburgh has saddened us all. Armed guards and more guns is not a solution. We have to support free speech and vote. Also, leave our own tribe and have difficult conversations with others. […]
National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 25, 2018, and Cary Memorial Library’s Youth Services Department and the Lexington League of Women Voters will be registering Lexington and LHS teens. Registration takes place in the […]
We are a Lexington based grassroots organization. We work to prevent gun violence by engaging with the community, motivating people to register and vote, and taking actions to support sensible gun legislation.
We were honored to share the final mile of 50 Miles More and demand Smith & Wesson Corp. to be part of the solution towards safer America. Our Demands: 1. Stop the manufacturing and distribution […]
Firearms are the second leading cause of death for American children and teens and the first leading cause of death for Black children and teens.21 Nearly 1,600 children and teens die by gun homicide every […]
June 10th 2018 Gun Violence Prevention Rally
Kaveesh P. (Diamond Middle School) has designed some amazing T-shirts for the rally. Click on the images to order them.
Please join us for Candlelight vigil for Santa Fe victims. When: 8 PM on Sunday 5/20 Where: Sidewalk by Captain Parker, Battle Greens, Lexington. RSVP here We will not be complacent. We will act. We […]
Charlotte Hobbs, LHS sophomore has put together this incredible video which captures the Boston march that Lexington students and residents participated in. It captures the spirit and energy of the march very well.