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Not One More

With more than 100 school shootings since Sandy Hook and 88 people killed every day as a result of gun violence, Americans are taking a stand and saying: Not One More.

These simple but powerful words have become the rallying cry for Americans who refuse to accept the toll gun violence takes on our communities every day. For a generation, change has been thwarted by the Washington gun lobby and a Congress that has failed to take steps to keep guns out of dangerous hands. But something is changing. All across the nation, people are coming together to say we won’t stand for this — and it’s working. This movement is changing the conversation on guns in America.

The "Not One More" Bracelet

The "Not One More" bracelet represents a commitment to making sure fewer families have to go through the pain of losing a loved one to gun violence. It is a reminder of what's at stake in the fight for safer communities.

Make a donation over $25 and get your "Not One More" bracelet now:

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Wear this bracelet to show that you're proud to be one of the 2.5 million Americans fighting for a future without the fear of gun violence. Note: Donations are not tax deductible.

Faces of the Movement

Millions of Americans like you have stood up to declare Not One More. Submit your own "Not One More" bracelet photo by emailing it to [email protected]

Erica’s mother, Dawn Hochsprung, was the principal of Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Lucy McBath's son Jordan Davis was murdered with a gun in November 2012.

Colin was shot four times and survived the mass shooting at Virginia Tech on April 16, 2007.

Natasha's son Akeal was shot in the head at the age of 14 after a graduation party in Bushwick, NY.

Tom's son Alex Sullivan was killed in the 2012 Aurora Movie theater shooting on his 27th birthday.

Stephanie's 14-year-old Paul Sampleton was killed with a gun over a pair of sneakers in Atlanta, GA.

Pam attended the January 8th Congress on Your Corner event as Rep. Giffords’s Community Outreach Director. Pam was shot in the chest and hand.

Judi’s daughter, Darien, and her boyfriend were shot by a masked intruder on January 8, 2010 in Portland.

Colonel Bill Badger was shot during a shooting at Rep. Gabby Giffords' Congress on Your Corner event on January 8, 2011. He helped stop the shooter. Sallie is his wife.