Nearly 70,000 Hispanics Have Died by Gunfire in U.S. Since 1999, Nearly Two-Thirds of the Deaths are Homicides, Study Finds

Nearly 70,000 Hispanics were killed with guns in the United States from 1999 through 2019, with an average of more than 3,300 gun deaths per year, according to a VPC study. More>>

Gun Industry Targets Asian Americans as First-Time Gun Owners and Future Pro-Gun Advocates, New Violence Policy Center Study Reveals

Exploiting the increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic, the gun industry is targeting the Asian American community as potential new gun buyers and future pro-gun advocates, according to a new study from the VPC. More>>

5 Things You Can Do Now to Stop Gun Violence

Gun violence is a public health epidemic. In 2019, nearly 40,000 Americans died from gun violence in suicides, homicides, and unintentional shootings. Here are five things you can do now to stop gun violence. More>>