Not One More: Americans Answer a Grieving Father's Call to Action
Richard Martinez, the grieving father of Christopher Michaels-Martinez who was shot and killed in Isla Vista, CA said this:
“Today, I’m going to ask every person I can find to send a postcard to every politician they can think of with three words on it: Not One More. People are looking for something to do. I’m asking people to stand up for something. Enough is enough.”
Everytown for Gun Safety is heeding Mr. Martinez’s call by inviting supporters and all Americans to send postcards to their elected officials including representatives, senators, and governors.
Scroll down to see submissions to the Not One More photo project from family members, survivors of gun violence, celebrities, and supporters like you. If you haven’t already, please send your postcard and submit your own Not One More photo today.
Carlos’ daughter Victoria Soto, was murdered during the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting while heroically shielding her first-graders from gunfire.
Nurses declare their support for the Not One More campaign.
Erica’s mother, Dawn Hochsprung, was the principal of Sandy Hook Elementary School who was killed in the Newtown shooting.
Mayor Helene Schneider
Santa Barbara, CA Mayor Helene Schneider joins the Not One More campaign.
Actress Julianne Moore lends her support to the Not One More campaign.
Carlee’s sister Victoria Soto, was murdered during the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting while heroically shielding her first-graders from gunfire.
Colin was shot four times and survived the mass shooting at Virginia Tech on April 16, 2007.
Lucy McBath's son Jordan Davis was murdered with a gun in November 2012.
Michael Bloomberg is a cofounder of the Mayors Against Illegal Guns coalition.