Lexington Gun Violence Prevention Panel

Held at Temple Enumah on the 8th of April, the Lexington Gun Violence panel featured speakers discussing recent gun politics and legislative action. Co-hosted by Follen Church, the panel discussion featured Attorney General Maura Healey, […]

Mother’s Day Walk for Peace

Team LexingtonSays#Enough is participating in this critical fundraiser for the Louis B. Brown Peace Institute, a grassroots organization dedicated to gun violence prevention in Boston. Support Chaplain Tina Chery and help us meet our fundraising goal. […]

Helpful tips when talking about gun safety

Here is a helpful resource from genprogress.org for gun safety activists. Be careful of the language you use when talking about gun safety to ensure that you are not reinforcing harmful stereotypes about communities of color […]