Events

During National Gun Violence Survivors Week from February 1 through February 7, 2022, join us virtually to honor the survivors who live with the impact of gun violence every day of the year.

When the shooting Stops: The Impact of Gun Violence on Survivors in America (Facebook Live)

February 3 | 1:00 pm EST | Virtual
In this panel discussion, participants will discuss why we must do more to support gun violence survivors, and prevent gun violence in the first place. Participants include Congresswoman Lucy McBath, Chief Mission Officer Debbie Weir, Sarah Burd-Sharps, Director of Research at Everytown for Gun Safety, Ryane Nickens, Founder of the TraRon Center, an Everytown Community Safety Fund Grantee Partner based in Washington, D.C., and Reverend Dr. Lorenzo Neal, Everytown Survivor Fellow.

Faith Without Works is Dead: An Urgent Conversation on Gun Violence Prevention

February 3 | 7:00 pm EST | Virtual
The Everytown Interfaith Advisory Council, as a part of Everytown for Gun Safety, announces “Faith Without Works is Dead: An Urgent Conversation on Gun Violence Prevention”. This forum, specifically for Black communities including faith leaders, survivors of gun violence, and volunteers, will take place on Thursday, February 3rd 2022 at 7:00pm EST and again at 7:00pm PST for those who wish to attend on the west coast. Immediately following both sessions, there will be a short vigil to remember Black lives lost to gun violence. Keynote Speaker Rev. Dr. Wendell Anthony, President of the Detroit Branch of the NAACP and Pastor of Fellowship Chapel Detroit; Leadership of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, a national organization representing the faith community’s engagement in social justice and human rights; Angela Ferrell-Zabala, Vice President of Movement Building at Everytown for Gun Safety; Members of the Everytown Survivor Network including Rev. Sharon Risher, Pastor Jackie Jackson, Rev. Brenda Moss, Rev. Melody McFadden, Rev. Lorenzo Neal, and Joshua Miller, Senior Manager for Constituency Engagement at Everytown for Gun Safety.

Faith Without Works is Dead: An Urgent Conversation on Gun Violence Prevention

February 3 | 10:00 pm EST | Virtual
The Everytown Interfaith Advisory Council, as a part of Everytown for Gun Safety, announces “Faith Without Works is Dead: An Urgent Conversation on Gun Violence Prevention”. This forum, specifically for Black communities including faith leaders, survivors of gun violence, and volunteers, will take place on Thursday, February 3rd 2022 at 7:00pm EST and again at 7:00pm PST for those who wish to attend on the west coast. Immediately following both sessions, there will be a short vigil to remember Black lives lost to gun violence. Keynote Speaker Rev. Dr. Wendell Anthony, President of the Detroit Branch of the NAACP and Pastor of Fellowship Chapel Detroit; Leadership of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, a national organization representing the faith community’s engagement in social justice and human rights; Angela Ferrell-Zabala, Vice President of Movement Building at Everytown for Gun Safety; Members of the Everytown Survivor Network including Rev. Sharon Risher, Pastor Jackie Jackson, Rev. Brenda Moss, Rev. Melody McFadden, Rev. Lorenzo Neal, and Joshua Miller, Senior Manager for Constituency Engagement at Everytown for Gun Safety.