VPC in the News

“Louisiana ranks No. 2 in the Nation for gun-related deaths,” Louisiana Radio Network, May 9, 2024

“Estados Unidos enfrenta una crisis de violencia armada sin precedentes,” larepublica.ec, May 9, 2024

“Missouri has fifth highest gun death rate, new study says. Where does Kansas come in?,” Kansas City Star, May 8, 2024

“State Leaders Reflect on Domestic Violence Outcomes in Wake of OKC Murder-Suicide,” news9.com, May 1, 2024

“Domestic violence victims in SC can wait weeks for legal protections,” The Island News, May 1, 2024

“Gun Policy, Casualties Focus of New Data Collections,” National Criminal Justice Association, May 1, 2024

“The price of a gunshot: Health impacts and the cost of violence on Latinos,” whyy.org, April 24, 2024

“Considerations in cultural adaptation of parent–child interventions for African American mothers and children exposed to intimate partner violence,” Frontiers in Psychology, April 22, 2024

“LSU students organize informational panel on Black femicide,” Reveille, April 19, 2024

“Where Did Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris Buy the Guns They Used at Columbine? Details Explained,” Distractify, April 19, 2024

“The O.J. Simpson Trial Forced Us to Confront Domestic Violence,” Truthdig, April 15, 2024

“O.J Simpson Trial ‘Brought Private Violence Into Public View’,” National Criminal Justice Association, April 15, 2024

“O.J. Simpson Trial Served as a Landmark Moment for Domestic Violence Awareness,” New York Times, April 13, 2024

“O.J. Simpson’s trial forced us to talk about domestic violence. We’re not done yet.,” The 19th, April 12, 2024

“Palmetto Hope Network address concerns on increase of domestic violence,” counton2.com, April 10, 2024

“A Louisiana parish’s efforts to rein in domestic violence inspire action,” The Philadelphia Sun, April 6, 2024

“Virginia es uno de los estados del país con las tasas más altas de femicidios,” telemundowashingtondc.com, April 2, 2024

“Oklahoma lawmakers can help women who were fighting back against abusers just to survive.,” The Oklahoman, March 31, 2024

“Statistics for Oklahoma women don’t bode well,” The Ada News, March 21, 2024

“Maine Democrats meet privately with ATF official as advocates work to build support for gun reforms,” centralmaine.com, March 20, 2024

“Mexican cartel sending people across border with cash to buy these weapons,” Dallas Morning News, March 19, 2024

“Lawmakers question administration’s domestic violence shelter funding cut,” The Louisiana Weekly, March 18, 2024

“Teenage twin sisters stabbed, one fatally, at New York deli,” The Guardian, March 18, 2024

“Suicide Threats and Safely Exiting a Relationship,” Psychology Today, March 13, 2024

“A Matter of Love & Death: Black Women & Dating Violence,” blackdoctor.org, March 11, 2024

“Oklahoma ranked worst state for women in recent study,” The Oklahoman, March 8, 2024

“Black Hoosiers are coming together, want to be heard,” Indianapolis Business Journal, March 8, 2024

“Homicide, Domestic Violence, And The Second Amendment. If Related, How So?,” American Council on Science and Health, March 5, 2024

“A young woman’s killing in Georgia stokes a familiar rightwing war,” The Guardian, March 1, 2024

“Proposals allowing concealed guns on college campuses, gun shows in Az cities, advance,” The Tucson Sentinel, February 29, 2024

“Domestic violence shelter funding cut in Gov. Jeff Landry’s budget plan,” News from the States, February 25, 2024

“2023 marked a record high number of murder-suicides in York County,” fox43.com, February 12, 2024

“American dream, broken by death and despair,” The American Bazaar, January 28, 2024

“Indian-American murder-suicides: The American dream, broken by death and despair,” Times of India, January 27, 2024

“Is The NRA Nightmare Almost Over?,” Talking Points Memo, January 19, 2024

“A criminal record and protective orders didn’t stop an Oklahoma City woman’s attacker from having a gun,” kosu.org, January 16, 2024

“Man fatally shot girlfriend, self in apparent murder-suicide, Phoenix police say,” Arizona Republic, January 15, 2024

“RIP Kelly Mays: Killing Of Domestic Violence Activist Spotlights Scourge Of Black Femicide,” newsone.com, January 12, 2024

“Murder-Suicides Are an Urgent Domestic Violence and Gun Control Issue,” msmagazine.com, January 11, 2024

“Paradojas de los latinos en EEUU: ¿Por qué son víctimas y foco de la industria armamentística?,” Tiempo Latino, January 10, 2024

“A Bullet in a GOP Office, a Psych Patient, and a Gun Loophole,” Daily Beast, January 8, 2024

“Lawmakers to look at reducing domestic violence in SC in the upcoming legislative session,” abcnews4.com, January 8, 2024

“We must stop ignoring violence against women in Italy,” New York Post, January 6, 2024

“Women charged with smuggling .50-caliber bullets to Mexico,” cw39.com, January 5, 2024

“Fayetteville murder-suicide rate appears to have increased in 2023,” Fayetteville Reporter, January 5, 2024

“75 mil latinos murieron por armas de fuego en EE.UU. desde 2001,” Caracol Radio, January 4, 2024

“Collateral effects of COVID-19 stay-at-home orders on violence against women in the United States, January 2019 to December 2020,” BMC Public Health, January 2, 2024

“A criminal record and protective orders, yet woman’s attacker had gun,” Oklahoma City Free Press, January 2, 2024

“Las comunidades latinas en el punto de mira detrás de la violencia armada en EE.UU:,” elmundo.net, December 29, 2023

“Gaston Glock, inventor of the firearm that bears his name, dies at 94,” UPI, December 28, 2023

“1 week, 7 deaths in Phoenix: What to understand about murder-suicide,” Arizona Republic, December 28, 2023

“Detrás de la violencia armada en EE.UU: las comunidades latinas en el punto de mira,” EFE, December 27, 2023

“Gaston Glock, Austrian founder of the popular handgun, dies at age 94,” USA Today, December 27, 2023

“Lethality assessments have saved Hoosier lives,” Journal Gazette, December 27, 2023

“Violencia Criminal Afecta Más a Población Latina en EEUU,” Diario Cambio 22, December 27, 2023

“Why have Latinos become the focus of the arms industry in the United States?,” EFE, December 26, 2023

“Texas Christmas Horror: Husband’s Murder-Suicide Shocks Community With Children Present,” The Published Reporter, December 26, 2023

“Texas town calls off rifle raffle after newspaper questions legality,” Texas News Service, December 18, 2023

“Five things to know about domestic violence and guns in Oklahoma,” The Frontier, December 12, 2023

“Did Oklahoma’s Anti-Red Flag Act play a role in Warr Acres woman being attacked by ex-boyfriend?,” The Oklahoman, December 11, 2023

“Holiday firearms raffle hosted by Lockhart police union canceled due to being illegal,” Austin American-Statesman, December 6, 2023

“Charleston County sees rise in domestic violence reports, fewer cases head to trial,” abcnews4.com, December 6, 2023

“Violence prevention program teaches young men to prevent domestic abuse,” kucb.org, December 4, 2023

“Family-of-five is shot dead in their home in horrific murder-suicide: Cops were called after a relative received a text from someone inside the house saying they had ‘harmed others’,” Daily Mail, December 4, 2023

“Orchards Tragedy: Five Family Members Found Dead in Apparent Murder-Suicide,” bnnbreaking.com, December 4, 2023

“60 years after the assassination of JFK: The guns are winning,” salon.com, November 22, 2023

“Mystery as Four Men Found Shot Dead in Colorado Home,” Newsweek, November 22, 2023

“As the NRA fades, a more zealous US pro-gun group rises as a lobbying power,” The Guardian, November 17, 2023

“Why are more Asian Americans buying guns?,” dw.com, November 15, 2023

“In New Orleans, domestic violence suspects rarely surrender guns despite state law,” nola.com, November 12, 2023

“Mass Murder Is a Choice. The Gun Industry Made It,” Rolling Stone, November 11, 2023

“We Shouldn’t Need To See The Photos Circulating From Keke Palmer’s Restraining Order To Believe Her,” yourtango.com, November 10, 2023

“Maine Voices: Arguments against gun control are crafted to mislead,” centralmaine.com, November 9, 2023

“Why Medical Mandated Reporting of Domestic Violence Still Matters,” domesticshelters.org, November 7, 2023

“What to Know About the Supreme Court’s Next Big Gun-Rights Case,” thecut.com, November 7, 2023

“You’re not alone if a horror movie or true crime calms you down,” Wired, November 3, 2023

“CT-based Ruger criticized after gun found with Maine mass shooting suspect,” ctinsider.com, November 1, 2023

“Mom aims to save lives affected by domestic violence,” kztv10.com, October 31, 2023

“NV struggles to address rate of domestic violence; progress being made,” publicnewsservice.org, October 31, 2023

“Maine’s gun laws back in spotlight after deadliest shooting in state history,” Portland Press Herald, October 26, 2023

“Defendant reverses course, pleads guilty to brutally murdering wife midway through trial,” The Post and Courier, October 26, 2023

“SC consistently ranked one of worst states for domestic violence, study shows,” The Post and Courier, October 23, 2023

“October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. How a Lowcountry nonprofit works to make a difference,” wjcl.com, October 19, 2023

“Podcast Showcase: Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier,” Global Comment, October 18, 2023

“Attorney General Kaul Shares Wisconsin DOJ Resources During Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” thesconi.com, October 17, 2023

“Why are so many young students carrying guns to school?,” Deseret News, October 12, 2023

“The dangers of losing ‘When Men Murder Women’ report,” Jackson Hole News & Guide, October 11, 2023

“Attorney General Josh Kaul brings awareness to domestic violence,” wbay.com, October 10, 2023

“Dept. of Justice: AG Kaul shares Wisconsin DOJ resources during Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” wispolitics.com, October 10, 2023

“South Carolina consistently ranks as dangerous state for women, study shows,” wistv.com, October 9, 2023

“Epidemic of domestic violence requires all to get involved,” The Lawton Constitution, October 8, 2023

“Domestic violence may be getting more deadly in Michigan,” Michigan Advance, October 5, 2023

“Caddo turns purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” ktalnews.com, October 5, 2023

“Governor to address rise in domestic violence homicides,” ktnv.com, October 5, 2023

“VA event spotlights domestic violence,” Arkansas Democrat Gazette, October 5, 2023

“Shirts memorialize domestic abuse victims during remembrance at Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks facility in Fayetteville,” nwaonline.com, October 5, 2023

“Oklahoma continues to lead nation in new domestic violence statistics,” kjrh.com, October 4, 2023

“Metro Council donates $50,000 to help domestic violence victims,” wkrn.com, October 4, 2023

“Silent Witness: Two Aiken women remembered among S.C. domestic violence victims,” Aiken Standard, October 4, 2023

“Eight States, Led By Alaska, Have Topped List Of Men Killing Women,” National Criminal Justice Association, October 4, 2023

“Silent Witness Ceremony Honors 2023 Victims of Fatal Domestic Violence,” South Carolina Attorney General, October 3, 2023

“Silent witness ceremony raises awareness about domestic violence fatalities in South Carolina,” wltx.com, October 3, 2023

“Families & friends remember SC victims of fatal domestic violence,” wspa.com, October 3, 3023

“Homicide puts focus on frequency of domestic abuse of older women,” The Coastal Star, October 3, 2023

“S.C. honors domestic violence victims, including 3 from CSRA,” wrdw.com, October 3, 2023

“New clues lead to reopening of case of pregnant Latina who was shot dead in Arizona in 2017,” The Limited Times, October 2, 2023

“2023 has been the worst year for murder-suicides in York County history: coroner,” York Daily Record, September 26, 2023

“‘My Daughter’s Ex Shot Her in the Face and Tried to Kill Our Grandson’,” dnyuz.com, September 23, 2023

“Deion Sanders hasn’t revolutionized college football — but he could,” Washington Post, September 21, 2023

“Homicide data shows Missouri is the most dangerous state in the country if you’re a Black woman,” kshb.com, September 20, 2023

“Congressman Higgins Announces Introduction of the Disarm Hate Act,” higgins.house.gov, September 18, 2023

“Why consequences for surviving domestic violence should not be worse than abuse,” The Oklahoman, September 17, 2023

“Columbia Mayor’s Walk against Domestic Violence,” abccolumbia.com, September 15, 2023

“Deputy Boyfriend Kills Sheriff’s Shift Supervisor in Murder Suicide,” themessenger.com, September 8, 2023

“Idaho ranks as one of the worst states to live in for women,” The Arbiter, August 24, 2023

“‘We want them to really thrive’: New Family Justice Center being built after receiving $1.2 million in funding,” 13wmaz.com, August 23, 2023

“Oklahoma officials take action against domestic violence at federal level,” koco.com, August 18, 2023

“Guns for Tots: What Could Go Wrong?,” The Bulwark, August 15, 2023

“Femicider: We Can Only Fight against What We Can Name,” wordswithoutborders.com, August 7, 2023

“Homicide third leading cause of death for Black people in Allen County,” The Journal Gazette, August 5, 2023

“Oklahoma City man charged with murdering ex-wife,” The Norman Transcript, August 3, 2023

“‘Even more insidious than the NRA’: US gun lobby group gains in power,” The Guardian, August 1, 2023

“Recent slayings a reminder how perilous leaving an abusive relationship can be, domestic violence advocates say,” Tulsa World, July 30, 2023

“A mom lost her daughter to domestic violence. Now, she’s losing faith in the law.,” WyoFile, July 27, 2023

“Man likely killed his ex before shooting himself, Claremore police say after his truck is pulled from lake,” Tulsa World, July 26, 2023

“For domestic violence victims, this new, long-term shelter wing could help rebuild their lives,” The Advocate, July 24, 2023

“Therapist Shares Resources For Victims Of Domestic Violence In Response To Tulsa Triple Homicide,” newson6.com, July 24, 2023

“Why NJ Has The Lowest Suicide Rate Of Any State In The U.S.,” nj1015.com, July 24, 2023

“Oklahoma mother and 3 children dead after hourslong standoff, police say,” Fox News, July 21, 2023

“Saint Martha’s advocates look to increase awareness, address role of guns in domestic violence,” St. Louis Review, July 20, 2023

“Pastor ‘shoots his wife in front of their kids before turning the gun on himself’ after haunting final Facebook post: ‘I may not be a perfect man, but I’ll always be a family man’,” The Daily Mail, June 22, 2023

“Groups work to end gun violence as gun ownership by AAPIs grows,” asamnews.com, June 20, 2023

“Man killed wife, her daughter and three other children before turning the gun on himself a month after judge issued restraining order barring him from their home, sheriff says,” The Daily Mail, June 16, 2023

“Heinrich, Collins, Cortez Masto Announce Bipartisan, Bicameral Legislation To Permanently Ban Bump Stock Devices,” Los Alamos Daily Post, June 12, 2023

“‘You can’t be serious’: Gavin Newsom mocks Mississippi GOP gov for challenging him to a gun ‘debate’,” AlterNet, June 8, 2023

“Oklahoma abuse victim support jeopardized by nonprofit’s misspent $500k,” Tahlequah Daily Press, June 3, 2023

“People With Concealed Gun Permits Killed 2,490 In 15 Years, Group Says,” National Criminal Justice Association, June 2, 2023

“Wisconsin Ranked #2 For Black Homicide Victimization!,” Wisconsin Community Journal, May 3, 2023

““National Shame”: Nearly 90 Percent of Black Homicide Victims Killed by Guns, Study Finds,” blackstarnews.com, May 2, 2023

“Sen. Menendez, Rep. Coleman renew bicameral effort to outlaw gun silencers,” wrnjradio.com, April 28, 2023

“Missouri’s Black Homicide Victimization Rate Again Highest in US,” Riverfront Times, April 27, 2023

“Missouri has the highest Black homicide rate in America — and some of the loosest gun laws,” kcur.org, April 26, 2023

“Indiana is 3rd in the nation for Black homicides, new report says,” wishtv.com, April 26, 2023

“Arkansas ranked sixth in the nation for black homicide victimization,” deltaplexnews.com, April 26, 2023

“Gunfire took son at 20, now takes his daughter, 12,” Associated Press, April 23, 2023

“Bill advancing permitless carry lacks common sense and support of law enforcement,” The Island Packet, April 23, 2023

“Is it too early to talk about 2024 House races? No.,” Washington Post, April 21, 2023

“Governor Parson, not President Biden, is who made the Ralph Yarl shooting political,” Kansas City Star, April 19, 2023

“Oklahoma self-defense laws often don’t protect women who kill their abusers. One bill hopes to change that,” The Oklahoman, April 16, 2023

“The AAPI community’s political power is growing. Now it wants to tackle gun violence,” San Francisco Chronicle, April 15, 2023

“Youth training rifle? Scaled down AR-15 drawing fire from critics,” wavy.com, April 13, 2023

“Do police need military weapons?,” wsfltv.com, April 12, 2023

“Louisiana ranks 5th in homicide rates of women killed by men,” knoe.com, April 4, 2023

“How powerful must firearms get before we stop the bloodshed?,” Chicago Sun-Times, March 29, 2023

“Nashville shooting: what it reveals about Americans’ love of military-style guns,” The Guardian, March 29, 2023

“9 Ways To Support Common Sense Gun Control Right Now,” Romper, March 28, 2023

“Lawmakers find agreement to help domestic violence victims and to honor civil rights sites,” Tulsa World, March 27, 2023

“Meet the sister podcasters shedding light on Black true crime cases,” Good Morning America, March 15, 2023

“Kaine sponsors bill to ban gun marketing to kids, including scaled down AR-15,” wavy.com, March 15, 2023

“Black Femicide: A Silent Public Health Crisis,” Advancing Kids, March 14, 2023

“Murder-Suicides Reach Record High,” Newsweek, March 9, 2023

“Black Women at Higher Risk of Homicide Than Any Other Race of Women,” Our Time Press, March 9, 2023

“Data shows Louisiana has second-highest gun death rate in US,” brproud.com, February 28, 2023

“Idaho is one of the worst states to live in for women, new study shows. Here’s why,” Idaho Statesman, February 28, 2023

“Study ranks which U.S. states are best for women. How does New Mexico stack up?,” krqe.com, February 28, 2023

“Guns, juries and public offices: Some with felonies could regain rights,” Gillette News Record, February 27, 2023

“2023’s Best & Worst States for Women,” WalletHub, February 27, 2023

“Colorado is One of the Top States in America,” kekbfm.com, February 26, 2023

“Alabama has 5th highest U.S. gun death rate. A study blames weak laws, high ownership,” wbhm.org, February 23, 2023

“Louisiana has 2nd highest U.S. gun death rate. A study blames weak laws, high ownership,” wwno.org, February 23, 2023

“Massachusetts Now Has Lowest Gun Death Rate in the U.S.,” wbsm.com, February 22, 2023

“Meet the new face of gun owners in the US: Asian Americans,” CNN, February 20, 2023

“Do mass shootings ever happen in NJ? A brief, chilling history,” wpst.com, February 20, 2023

“Push to address domestic violence in central Iowa amplified following recent murder-suicide,” weareiowa.com, February 18, 2023

“I’ll Stop ‘Politicizing’ Mass Shootings if You’ll Stop Ignoring Them,” The Good Men Project, February 18, 2023

“Alabama Shooting Deaths in Top #5 Across Nation,” weisradio.com, February 18, 2023

“N.J. has very tough gun laws. Here’s how it ranks in gun deaths, according to new report.,” nj.com, February 17, 2023

“NJ has among lowest gun ownership in U.S.,” wpst.com, February 16, 2023

“Alabama among top 5 in nation for gun deaths as homicide rate climbs,” al.com, February 27, 2023

“Alabama has the fifth-highest gun death rate in the U.S.,” alabamatoday.com, February 17, 2023

“Wyoming Has the Fourth-Highest Gun Death Rate in the Country,” k2radio.com, February 15, 2023

“Violence Policy Center ranks Louisiana 2nd for highest overall gun death rate,” Louisiana Radio Network, February 15, 2023

“Court Rules In Favor of Abusers Owning Guns,” Sacramento Observer, February 15, 2023

“Louisiana community rocked by two apparent murder-suicides just hours apart,” Newsweek, February 10, 2023

“Advocates, members of Congress criticize court ruling giving guns to domestic abusers,” The Advocate, February 8, 2023

“Femicide is up. American history says that’s not surprising.,” Washington Post, February 3, 2023

“Democrats Introduce Bill to Ban ‘Grotesque’ Marketing of Assault Weapons to Kids,” Common Dreams, February 2, 2023

“First hate crimes, now mass shootings. For some Asian Americans, feeling safe means owning a gun,” Los Angeles Times, January 30, 2023

“A child-size rifle with cartoon skulls, inspired by the AR-15, raises concerns,” Washington Post, January 29, 2023

“Experts explain why California is still rife with gun violence despite some of the most stringent gun laws in the country,” ABC News, January 26, 2023

“Unique Issues Facing Black Women Dealing With Abuse,” verywellmind.com, January 25, 2023

“Monterey Park mass shooting: How you can help,” ktla.com, January 23, 2023

“The ‘JR-15,’ an AR-15 rifle for kids, is being marketed again weeks after a 6-year-old shot a teacher,” Business Insider, January 21, 2023

“Is the JR-15 a Real Rifle Designed for Children?,” snopes.com, January 20, 2023

“The ‘JR-15’ Rifle for Kids Is Back, Without Baby Skulls In Marketing This Time,” Vice, January 19, 2023

“Shootings involving kids raise concerns over access to guns,” PBS NewsHour, January 18, 2023

“Yup, They’re Marketing AR-15s To Kids,” Crooks & Liars, January 18, 2023

“A Gun Trade Show Is Advertising the “JR-15,” an AR-15 Rifle for Kids,” The New Republic, January 17, 2023

“‘A Small Piece of American Freedom’: Gun Show to Feature Kids’ Rifle Inspired by AR-15,” Common Dreams, January 17, 2023

“Domestic violence cases down in Las Vegas, NLV in 2022,” Las Vegas Review-Journal, January 14, 2023

“‘We may never know why’: Family of 5 dead in NC murder-suicide, police say,” nbc4i.com, January 10, 2023

“Utah murder-suicide underscores frequency of family killings,” Associated Press, January 8, 2023

“Parricidio en Utah, un asesinato intrafamiliar más en Estados Unidos,” elperiodicodemexico.com, January 8, 2023

“Le meurtre-suicide de l’Utah souligne la fréquence des meurtres familiaux,” news-24.fr, January 7, 2023

“As murder-suicides increase, Harris County therapists call on the community to help others,” fox26houston.com, January 4, 2023

“Man who shot and killed woman, then himself, was a firearms instructor,” Palm Beach Post, December 29, 2022

“Call This Violence What It Is,” New York Times, December 28, 2022

“High number of concealed weapons licenses issued in Lake, Marion counties,” Yahoo News, December 25, 2022

“Record number of firearms turned in at Bed-Stuy gun buyback — but not all Brooklynites feel safer,” Brooklyn Paper, December 21, 2022

“Megan Thee Stallion Is Not on Trial, but Misogynoir Is,” themarysue.com, December 19, 2022

“Is domestic violence in Oklahoma’s DNA?,” Tulsa World, December 18, 2022

“Violence Policy Center Offers 50 Ways To Reduce U.S. Gun Violence,” National Criminal Justice Association, December 14, 2022

“Buffalo Grove murders a tragic sign of domestic violence at its worst,” Chicago Sun-Times, December 6, 2022

“Shanquella Robinson’s death is being investigated as a femicide. Here is what it means,” CNN, December 1, 2022

“La muerte de Shanquella Robinson se investiga como un feminicidio. Esto es lo que significa,” CNN en Español, December 1, 2022

“Schools play key role in preventing violence against girls and women, expert says,” wvnstv.com, November 28, 2022

“‘Protect Black Women’: Advocates back Megan Thee Stallion amid controversial Drake lyric,” ABC News, November 16, 2022

“New study shows a rise in domestic violence homicides,” NBC15.com, November 14, 2022

“2,059 women murdered by men in 2020, according to new study,” Cox Media Group, November 7, 2022

“October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month nationwide,” Albert Lea Tribune, October 28, 2022

“Stitt, Hofmeister React To Studies Critical Of Oklahoma Women’s Murder Rate, Quality Of Life,” newson6.com, October 28, 2022

“In Chicago, handguns turned into high-capacity machine guns fuel deadly violence,” National Public Radio, October 28, 2022

“Texas Man Kills Wife, Then Shoots Himself in Head to Commit Suicide After She Told 911 Operator Her Marriage Was Over,” Latin Post, October 28, 2022

“Oklahoma, Tulsa County seeing rise in domestic violence, domestic violence murders,” kjrh.com, October 24, 2022

“Domestic abuse fundraiser planned,” swnews4u.com, October 20, 2022

“DVIS launches discussions on identifying abusive relationships and what to do if in one,” fox23.com, October 19, 2022

“The Domestic Violence Victim: Why Don’t They Simply Leave?,” University of Arkansas News, October 19, 2022

“DVIS: Inaugural conversation to confront domestic violence will be held on Purple Thursday,” Tulsa World, October 17, 2022

“HIC, advocates ask for help in reaching victims, tout service,” Tahlequah Daily Press, October 14, 2022

“NJ introduces some of the strictest gun carry rules in the U.S.,” Gothamist, October 13, 2022

“The LPGA Gives Back For October Awareness Months,” lpga.com, October 13, 2022

“How We Fail Black Victims of Domestic Violence,” Dallas Weekly, October 11, 2022

“20 years after D.C. sniper attacks, we keep ignoring what it was all about,” Washington Post, October 6, 2022

“A wife shot, a husband dead by suicide. Lexington case shows need for gun restrictions,” Yahoo News, October 6, 2022

“New FBI national crime data released with glaring holes in major cities — including NYC,” New York Post, October 5, 2022

“‘There’s no more shame in my story’: 25th Annual Silent Witness Ceremony honors victims of domestic violence,” wltx.com, October 4, 2022

“Report finds Wisconsin ranks 8th in the nation for number of women killed by men,” news8000.com, October 4, 2022

“25th annual Silent Witness Ceremony honors victims of domestic violence,” abccolumbia.com, October 4, 2022

“Silent Witness Ceremony Honored 2022 Victims of Fatal Domestic Violence,” scag.gov, October 4, 2022

“Unalaska proclaims October Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” kucb.org, October 2, 2022

“Unacceptable state ranking,” nwaonline.com, October 2, 2022

“Alaska names new MMIP investigator,” indiancountrytoday.com, September 30, 2022

“Claremore domestic violence shelter plans to use federal dollars to expand services,” krmg.com, September 29, 2022

“Alaska’s first MMIP investigator stayed on the job 5 months. The new one is committing to at least a year.,” Anchorage Daily News, September 28, 2022

“Missouri Is 6th Most Violent State, FBI Data Shows,” Riverfront Times, September 28, 2022

“‘It is not the past’: Conference confronts high rate of violence against Indigenous woman,” Homer News, September 28, 2022

“McGovern takes a bite out of hunger,” Politico, September 28, 2022

“Strong gun laws, low ownership combine to give NJ, NY the nation’s lowest suicide rates,” Gothamist, September 27, 2022

“The Forgotten: Black women face disproportionate rates of abuse from their loved ones,” Clarion Ledger, September 27, 2022

“Oklahoma: segundo estado más mortal para las mujeres,” lasemanadelsur.com, September 27, 2022

“‘When Men Murder Women,’ Nevada drops in female homicide victims while domestic violence continues to plague state,” 8newsnow.com, September 26, 2022

“The Forgotten: Children become collateral damage in domestic violence epidemic,” dailymagazine.news, September 26, 2022

“Violence Against Women Study Has A Lesson For Wisconsin,” wnflsports.com, September 26, 2022

“Homeless men aren’t the threat many people think they are,” The Pitt News, September 25, 2022

“Oklahoma second in nation for murders of women by men,” Public Radio Tulsa, September 23, 2022

“What causes men to abuse or murder women?,” audacy.com, September 23, 2022

“Alaska Faces ‘Epidemic of Deadly Violence Against Women’,” Newser, September 22, 2022

“Alaska ranked highest in 2020 for women murdered by men,” alaskasnewssource.com, September 22, 2022

“‘The Gabby Petito Story’ — Too soon? Or a cautionary tale?,” Newsday, September 22, 2022

“Alaska has the highest rate of women killed by men in the nation for the 7th year in a row,” Alaska Public Radio, September 21, 2022

“Massachusetts has lowest gun suicide rate in the country, 4th lowest overall suicide rate: Report,” Lowell Sun, September 21, 2022

“Alaska again has the nation’s highest rate of women killed by men,” Anchorage Daily News, September 20, 2022

“Louisiana ranks #5 in rate of women murdered by men,” louisianaradionetwork, September 20, 2022

“Study: Black Women Murdered By Men often Know Their Killers,” globaldiasporanews.com, September 20, 2022

“Supporting the victims: Palmetto Hope Network’s 7th annual Hope Walk Against Domestic Violence,” live5news.com, September 17, 2022

“Texas Teacher & Mother of 4 Dies in Tragic Murder-Suicide Involving Her Husband,” Daily Advent, September 15, 2022

“Gun Violence Affects all in Black Communities,’ The Portland Observer, September 8, 2022

“Children Become Collateral Damage In Domestic Violence Epidemic,” Columbian Progress, August 31, 2022

“Louisiana has a homicide problem. And too many of those killed are Black.,” nola.com, August 30, 2022

“America’s deadly epidemic: violence against women,” Reuters, July 25, 2022

“Report: IN Ranks Third in Nation for Black Homicide Victimization Rate,” Chicago Crusader, July 25, 2022

“97% of Mass Shooters Are Male. The Problem Is US Toxic-Masculinity and Guns.,” Buzzflash, July 24, 2022

“Study Finds Nearly 90 Percent of Black Homicide Victims Were Killed with Guns,” Florida Star, July 23, 2022

“Missouri ranked #1 for Black homicide victimization,” National Public Radio, July 19, 2022

“Nearly 90 Percent Of Black Homicide Victims Killed With Guns, New Violence Policy Center Study Finds,” Black Enterprise, July 18, 2022

“National study releases shocking Illinois gun violence data,” 25newsnow.com, July 14, 2022

“‘Like it’s a purge’: Fear grips Black residents in Indianapolis ahead of new gun law,” Indianapolis Star, July 1, 2022

“Federal gun law closes ‘boyfriend loophole,’ but SC advocates say more changes needed,” wrdw.com, July 1, 2022

“Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld falsely claims concealed carry permit holders never committed mass shooting,” Politifact, June 28, 2022

“Editorial: America’s infinite appetite for killing,” Valley News, June 28, 2022

“Anger, Depression, Violence, and Lost Children,” Psychology Today, June 26, 2022

“High Court Gun Ruling Fuels Licensing Debate in States,” The Crime Report, June 24, 2022

“Supreme Court strikes down New York’s tough concealed-carry handgun law: What we know now,” Gothamist, June 23, 2022

“Maestros armados: freno a la violencia con más violencia,” El Tiempo Latino, June 23, 2022

“Fox host falsely claims that no person with a concealed carry permit has ever committed a mass shooting,” Media Matters, June 23, 2022

“Editorial: America is soul-searching on guns. Missouri won’t even disarm domestic abusers.,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, June 22, 2022

“Why Latinos need sensible gun safety legislation,” The Hill, June 22, 2022

“Gun Sellers’ Message to Americans: Man Up,” New York Times, June 18, 2022

“Guns ’n’ Babies: Inside the spine-chilling world of Instagram-influencing mothers with guns,” Air Mail, June 18, 2022

“Hellfire: The Uvalde Shooter Owned a Device That Makes AR-15s Even More Deadly,” Rolling Stone, June 15, 2022

“Missouri law undercuts domestic violence ‘boyfriend’ fix in U.S. Senate deal on guns,” Kansas City Star, June 14, 2022

“Gun Manufacturer Under Scrutiny After Texas School Shooting,” Newsy, June 11, 2022

“#Gunporn #pewpew: How gunmakers market firearms to young Americans,” CBS News, June 8, 2022

“Here are resources to protect against domestic violence in Anderson SC,” Anderson Independent Mail, June 8, 2022

“GOP congressman says ATF revoking more gun dealers’ licenses under Biden,” Washington Times, June 8, 2022

“A Mom’s Guide to Taking Action Against Gun Violence,” Detroit Mom, June 6, 2022

“NY eleva edad para comprar fusiles semiautomáticos,” La Tribuna, June 6, 2022

“Therapists Share Their Best Tips for Coping With the Fear and Anxiety That Comes With Gun Violence,” Parade, June 3, 2022

“As Shootings Mount, Americans Observe National Gun Violence Awareness Day,” Voice of America, June 2, 2022

“For Latinx victims of gun violence — now including families in Texas — grieving can be extra complicated. Here’s why. ,” Yahoo, June 1, 2022

“Why appeals to altruism won’t budge the US gun lobby,” The Guardian, May 29, 2022

“Gun in Texas Shooting Came From Company Known for Pushing Boundaries,” New York Times, May 28, 2022

“Texas, donde puedes comprar un arma a los 18 años, pero no una cerveza,” percepcion.mx, May 27, 2022

“Salvador Ramos Rifle Among Prizes in NRA Gun Raffle Day After Shooting,” Newsweek, May 26, 2022

“Gun Violence Leaves a Lasting Imprint on Survivors. How Schools Can Help Students Recover,” Education Week, May 26, 2022

“Texas School Shooting Reopens Wounds for Latinos Years After El Paso Massacre,” ABC News, May 26, 2022

“The NRA’s Thoughts & Prayers,” Word & Way, May 26, 2022

“After the Uvalde Shooting, We Need Gun Control — Not More Border Security,” Refinery 29, May 26, 2022

“Greater Good Resources to Take Action Against Gun Violence,” Greater Good, May 26, 2022

“The Dangerous AR-15, a Variant of a Military Rifle, has been the Weapon Used in the Bloodiest Massacres in the United States,” 247newsagency.com, May 26, 2022

“La produzione delle armi negli Stati Uniti è triplicata negli ultimi 20 anni,” Yahoo Italia, May 26, 2022

“Cómo es el AR-15, el arma letal y popular que usó Salvador Ramos en la masacre de la escuela de Texas,” perfil.com, May 26, 2022

“Tiroteo en un colegio de Texas, Estados Unidos deja a 21 víctimas,” columundoradio.com.co, May 26, 2022

“Atirador do Texas usou fuzil projetado para matar ’em tempo recorde’,” tododia.com.br, May 26, 2022

“With 2 horrific mass shootings 10 days apart, here’s how you can help affected communities,” Fortune, May 25, 2022

“9 Ways To Support Common Sense Gun Control Right Now,” Romper, May 25, 2022

“6 Ways You Can Take Action in the Wake of the Tragic Texas School Shooting,” Inc, May 25, 2022

“Texas school shooting: Don’t wait in silence until next massacre,” pedfire.com, May 25, 2022

“Hogue attorney: More domestic abuse education needed in Oklahoma,” The Norman Transcript, May 25, 2022

“De vrais fusils pour enfants: comment l’industrie américaine des armes drague les jeunes,” msn.com.fr, May 25, 2022

“Don’t look away from the Texas school shooting. Don’t wait in silence until the next massacre, Los Angeles Times, May 24, 2022

“Editorial: Congress’ deadly bargain,” Albany Times-Union, May 17, 2022

“What kind of gun was used in the Buffalo shooting? What we know,” Star-Gazette, May 16, 2022

“‘The devil’s job’: Lake Worth Beach cleric, US Rep. Lois Frankel call for action in wake of Buffalo shooting,” The Palm Beach Post, May 15, 2022

“Booker Introduces Legislation to Address Vulnerabilities Within Federal Gun Background Check System,” insidernj.com, May 5, 2022

“Vermont Joins 33 Other States Where Gun Deaths Now Surpass Motor Vehicle Fatalities,” Compass Vermont, May 5, 2022

“Gun deaths outnumber vehicle fatalities,” Oklahoma Journal-Record, May 4, 2022

“Why Every Latina Needs to Have FU Money,” Popsugar, May 3, 2022

“Black Gunshot Survivors Face ‘Trauma Recidivism’,” The Crime Report, May 2, 2022

“Frequently Asked Questions About Permitless Carry,” americanprogress.org, May 2, 2022

“Kids with guns are a public health catastrophe,” The Canton Repository, May 1, 2022

“New Data Says Guns Are Killing More People in Colorado Than Cars,” kekbfm.com, April 29, 2022

“Lawmakers are poised, again, to kick a domestic abuse gun bill down the road,” Columbia Missourian, April 27, 2022

“Bills to close Missouri loophole allowing abusers to keep guns stall,” Kansas City Star, April 25, 2022

“United Against Domestic Violence Coalition: Legislators making it harder to get protective orders,” Shreveport Times, April 23, 2022

“Commentary: Legislature should protect victims, not abusers,” New Orleans Times-Picayune, April 21, 2022

“A landmark gun case could change New York’s concealed carry law—or worse,” Fast Company, April 21, 2022

“Louisiana already had high rates of domestic violence. Then the pandemic happened.,” The Advocate, April 13, 2022

“SafeSpace shelters Hamblen’s domestic abuse victims,” Citizen Tribune, April 10, 2022

“Thousands of police agencies stop reporting crime data to the FBI,” Newsy, April 6, 2022

“Wrapping Up Women’s History Month: Where we are and Where we Need to go with Women’s Rights,” hercampus.com, March 30, 2022

“Surviving COVID19 (Increased Domestic Violence, Marginalized Communities, and Innovative Solutions),” Journal of Family Strengths, March 29, 2022

“Who Is Safer When We Criminalize Domestic Violence Survivors?,” Elle, March 29, 2022

“NRA Gun Safety Class For Schools One Step Closer To Becoming Law,” Phoenix Patch, March 27, 2022

“A Matter of Love & Death: Black Women & Dating Violence,” blackdoctor.org, February 8, 2022

“Rise & Shine! Your Newport County guide for Feb. 8,” Newport Daily News, February 8, 2022

“International Support Grows For Mexico’s Lawsuit Against US Gun-Makers,” Borderland Beat, February 2, 2022

“Louisiana ranks 3rd in overall gun death rates according to Violence Policy Center,” Louisiana Radio Network, February 2, 2022

“Activistas en EEUU apoyan la demanda de México contra fabricantes de armas,” EFE, February 1, 2022

“Concurring Opinion in Felony-Murder Conviction Highlights Femicide in U.S.,” Gender and the Law, January 31, 2022

“US gun-maker slammed for making assault rifle ‘just like mum and dad’s’ to sell specifically to kids,” The Daily Star, January 29, 2022

“Gun-maker slammed for 2.5-pound “children’s assault rifle” based on AR-15,” Salon, January 28, 2022

“Outrage as gunmaker models kid’s gun on AR-15: ‘Just like mom and dad’s’,” The Independent, January 28, 2022

“Gun Company Targets Kids By Selling Mini AR-15,” The Young Turks, January 28, 2022

“Are Gun Makers Making AR-15 Assault Weapons for Kids?,” freespeech.org, January 28, 2022

“Gun-maker slammed for ‘children’s assault rifles’ based on AR-15,” Raw Story, January 27, 2022

“Gun-Maker Slammed for ‘Children’s Assault Rifles’ Based on AR-15,” Common Dreams, January 26, 2022

“The ‘good guy with a gun’ narrative doesn’t prevent violence,” The Webster Journal, December 19, 2021

“Lowcountry law enforcement officers accused of skipping domestic violence training,” abcnews4.com, December 16, 2021

“Violence Against Black Women Is A Disturbing And Growing Epidemic,” kysdc.com, November 12, 2021

“Domestic violence and its disproportionate impacts on Indigenous communities and communities of color,” Rochester Post Bulletin, November 10, 2021

“The magic of ‘Maid’: How the creators of Netflix’s latest hit turned to a domestic-violence shelter to shine a vital light on poverty and abuse,” insider.com, November 10, 2021

“Alaska’s Grim Reality: Why Is It The Deadliest State For Women?,” oxygen.com, November 8, 2021

“Gun ownership among people of color continues to rise from hate crimes, fear of safety,” nextshark.com, November 8, 2021

“Congressman Jake Auchincloss Unveils End Gun Violence Act,” patch.com, November 5, 2021

“What’s behind the rise in gun ownership for people of color?,” ABC News, November 4, 2021

“Attorney General James Defends New York State’s Gun Licensing Protection Law At Supreme Court,” Harlem World, November 3, 2021

“Why experts say gun violence rose in 2020, amid pandemic lockdowns,” ABC News Radio, November 1, 2021

“Exploring research on the coping strategies of black survivors of homicide victims: a scoping review protocol,” BMJ Journals, November 1, 2021

“How Do Rates of Women Killed by Men Vary, State by State?,” Ms., October 27, 2021

“‘We just want individuals to realize how serious this really is’: Sumter YWCA on importance of year-’round awareness of domestic violence in our community,” Sumter Item, October 27, 2021

“Disproportionate rates of violence impact women of color, but do we see it?,” Dayton Daily News, October 24, 2021

“BET Her Releases ‘Her Lyfeline’ Starring 3 Time Grammy Nominee Raheem DeVaughn and Singer/actress Keri Hilson,” eurweb.com, October 22, 2021

“Brian Laundrie’s death isn’t what we should care about in the Gabby Petito case,” msn.com, October 22, 2021

“Taking that first shot,” leadertelegram.com, October 21, 2021

“The Supreme Court Is Poised to Put Politics Ahead of Gun-Violence Prevention,” Boston Review, October 19, 2021

“MSR forum breaks the silence on domestic violence,” Minnesota Spokesman Recorder, October 18, 2021

“SC nonprofit partners with Amazon to offer safety tools to domestic violence, sexual assault survivors,” wrdw.com, October 13, 2021

“Powerful display aiming to raise domestic violence awareness in the Lowcountry,” wjcl.com, October 12, 2021

“EDITORIAL: HIC needs funds to do its good work,” Tahlequah Daily Press, October 12, 2021

“During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, #1thing can make all the difference,” The Post and Courier, October 12, 2021

“Abuse incidents are up, while funds to help victims down,” Tahlequah Daily Press, October 11, 2021

“What Others Say: Protecting women in harm’s way,” indexjournal.com, October 11, 2021

“A call to action for everyone to take a role in reducing Oklahoma’s 20-year high in domestic violence attacks,” Tulsa World, October 10, 2021

“Editorial: Domestic abuse & missing persons,” dosmundos.com, October 9, 2021

“YWCA marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” Main Street Nashville, October 8, 2021

“Gun lobbyists target Asian Americans,” Sampan, October 8, 2021

“La marche de sensibilisation à la violence domestique vise à mettre les ressources au premier plan,” Nouvelles du monde, October 8, 2021

“Vigil held to honor abuse victims,” Farmerville Gazette, October 7, 2021

“South Carolina now ranked sixth in nation for CDV deaths,” Waterboro Live, October 7, 2021

“Florida Man Admits Killing Fiancee, Sleeping Next to Her Corpse and Leaving Her Body at Walmart Parking Lot,” Latin Post, October 7, 2021

“New Report Shows Tennessee One of the Worst States for Domestic Violence as YWCA Works to Stop the Cycle of Abuse,” Tennessee Tribune, October 7, 2021

“Domestic violence awareness walk aims to bring resources to the forefront,” Daily Magazine, October 7, 2021

“OPINION: Time to End Gun Violence Plaguing Latinx Communities,” Latino Rebels, October 7, 2021

“Local victim advocates see increase in domestic violence cases,” The Post and Courier, October 6, 2021

“Missing women haunt too many communities,” Canton Repository, October 6, 2021

“Silent Witness Ceremony at SC Statehouse remembers 2020 victims of fatal domestic violence,” The Post and Courier, October 5, 2021

“SC No. 6 in US for men killing women,” wyff4.com, October 5, 2021

“Study Finds Black Women Murdered by Men Are Nearly Always Killed by Someone They Know, Most Commonly with a Gun,” San Bernardino American, October 6, 2021

“Oklahoma No. 8 in U.S. in rate of women murdered by men,” Cherokee Phoenix, October 4, 2021

“Nevada ranks third highest nationally for women being murdered by men,” kunr.org, October 4, 2021

“NY AG Blasts Wayne LaPierre’s Re-Election to NRA,” Hill Reporter, October 4, 2021

“EDITORIAL: Protecting women in harm’s way,” The Times and Democrat, October 3, 2021

“Louisiana Ranks Top 5 In Country For Women Murdered By Men,” cajunradio.com, October 3, 2021

“‘This is a real issue:’ Domestic Violence advocacy groups march to spread awareness,” wpde.com, October 2, 2021

“New Mexico among 10 states where CDC is funding gun violence study,” Santa Fe New Mexican, October 1, 2021

“MUSC marking Domestic Violence Awareness Month with memorandum for victims, abcnews4.com, October 1, 2021

“Daughter speaks after mother was kidnapped and killed by ex-boyfriend, shining a light on domestic violence,” wkrn.com, September 30, 2021

“Louisiana ranks 5th in the nation for rate of women murdered by men,” Louisiana Radio Network, September 30, 2021

“Study finds SC has the 6th highest rate of women killed by men in the country,” abccolumbia.com, September 30, 2021

“During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Pee Dee Coalition says #1Thing can make all the difference,” scnow.com, September 30, 2021

“Thursday headlines: SC ranks 6th worst state for women killed by men,” Charleston City Paper, September 30, 2021

“Oklahoma ranks No. 8 in nation in rate of women murdered by men,” Tahlequah Daily Press, September 30, 2021

“SC reverts to 6th-worst in the nation for women killed by men, a new report shows,” The Post and Courier, September 29, 2021

“Study: South Carolina ranks high for rate of women killed by men,” wach.com, September 29, 2021

“What women see when they look at Gabby Petito,” CNN, September 24, 2021

“Opinion: Why Outrage over Murder of Gabby Petito and Not Others?,” khmoradio.com, September 23, 2021

“Everyone’s talking about Gabby Petito, but they’re having the wrong conversation, experts say,” USA Today, September 21, 2021

“Gun manufacturers quietly target young boys using social media,” Salon, September 18, 2021

“This man wants to open an elegant shooting range in downtown D.C.,” The Washington Post, September 16, 2021

“Report: Gun Marketing Tactics Target Scared Asian Americans,” wshu.org, September 16, 2021

“Congressman Neguse introduces bill to secure Federal background checks,” fox21news.com, August 25, 2021

“Hampton mayor hosts virtual gun violence forum,” wavy.com, August 20, 2021

“Missouri’s ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’ Law Could Complicate Police Efforts to Solve Gun Crimes,” The Trace, August 17, 2021

“Steady increase in domestic violence deaths in South Carolina over the last decade,” abcnews4.com, August 11, 2021

“Latinos twice as likely as white people to die from gunfire,” Axios, August 5, 2021

“Nearly 70,000 Latinos in US have died by gunfire since 1999, study says,” azcentral.com, August 2, 2021

“Despite More Comprehensive Data, New Study Says Latinos Continue to Suffer Greatly From Gun Violence in U.S.,” latinorebels.com, July 29, 2021

“Muertes por armas de fuego afectan más a latinos en Estados Unidos,” Los Angeles Times, July 28, 2021

“Más de 69 mil latinos han muerto en los últimos 20 años en EU por arma de fuego, revela estudio,” entreveredas.com, July 28, 2021

“Nearly 70,000 Hispanics Have Died by Gunfire in U.S. Since 1999, Nearly Two-Thirds of the Deaths are Homicides, Study Finds,” Yahoo News, July 28, 2021

“This Man Was Caught On Camera Threatening to “Rape and Kill” a Woman,” Vice, July 23, 2021

“Study: Oklahoma 3rd in the nation for women killed by men,” kfor.com, July 15, 2021

“Opinion: A Candidate for US Senate in Illinois Takes Aim at Guns,” riverbender.com, July 9, 2021

“Horry County to get domestic violence shelter after $1.5M funding request approved,” The Post and Courier, July 2, 2021

“Native American women face an epidemic of violence. A legal loophole prevents prosecutions.,” NBC News, June 30, 2021

“This Pa. budget season, we must invest in safer communities,” Pennsylvania Capital-Star, June 22, 2021

“Investigation continues into suspected murder-suicide in Houma,” Houma Today, June 14, 2021

“Wear Orange 2021: We’ve Kept Our Distance, but Bullets Have Not,” momsrising.org, June 1, 2021

“Gun used in Odessa shooting shows risk when chain of illegal sale starts with home-based hobbyist dealers,” USA Today, May 28, 2021

“The U.S. Government Needs To Be More Responsive To Cries For Gun Control,” studybreaks.com, May 27, 2021

“Why are domestic violence fatalities in Louisiana so high? This bill would help figure that out,” The Advocate, May 24, 2021

“Suburban Mosaic: DuPage County women join forces to help asylum-seekers,” The Daily Herald, May 24, 2021

“Report: Pa. ranks 7th nationwide for Black homicides,” Philadelphia Tribune, May 21, 2021

“Pennsylvania ranked in top 10 for Black homicide victimization, Harrisburg crime increased,” abc27.com, May 21, 2021

“Report: Pa. ranks 7th nationwide for Black homicides,” Pennsylvania Capital-Star, May 21, 2021

“More than 85 percent of black homicide victims killed with guns, study finds,” Milwaukee Times, May 20, 2021

“A ‘slow-moving massacre.’ Pa. ranks 7th in Black homicides per 100k residents.,” Echo-Pilot, May 20, 2021

“Out of her darkest moments, she created a place for others to heal from theirs,” wltx.com, May 20, 2021

“Indiana, Illinois rank in top 5 states for Black victims of homicide in 2018, study says,” abc7chicago.com, May 19, 2021

“Harlem Rep. Adriano Espaillat Introduces Gun Violence Prevention Package,” Harlem World, May 19, 2021

“New study highlights Black homicide victimization rates in Tennessee,” wkrn.com, May 18, 2021

“This bill would keep guns away from domestic abusers. NRA says it goes too far,” The Advocate, May 15, 2021

“Colorado bill would mandate domestic abusers report firearms,” Associated Press, May 12, 2021

“What We Know About Black Femicide In The U.S.: The Unseen Crisis,” xonecole.com, May 11, 2021

“Three reasons the U.S. hasn’t passed more gun regulations (and one reason this time might be different).,” Washington Post, May 7, 2021

“Frequently Asked Questions About Gun Industry Immunity,” Center for American Progress, May 4, 2021

“Lost in the fight: As gun rights expand in Mo., domestic violence victims pay the price,” Columbia Missourian, May 2, 2021

“DA: Easton man shot woman 10 times with her own gun before killing himself,” The Morning Call, April 29, 2021

“A decade of abuse: SC police have an issue with violence against women. What can fix it?,” The State, April 27, 2021

“Mass shootings: America’s other pandemic,” amsterdamnews.com, April 22, 2021

“In Another Act Of Misogynoir, A Black Woman Was Shot In The Leg After She Refused A Man’s Advances,” newsone.com, April 19, 2021

“Durbin, Duckworth, Colleagues, Renew Push To Ban High-Capacity Gun Magazines, riverbender.com, April 19, 2021

“U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, Colleagues Reintroduce Gun Safety Legislation to Outlaw Gun Silencers,” Sierra Sun Times, April 16, 2021

“Phil Murphy pushes again for new gun laws in New Jersey. What would change,” northjersey.com, April 15, 2021

“Biden wants to end gun-maker liability protections. That could sink the industry, advocates say.,” NBC News, April 9, 2021

“Michigan sees surge in domestic violence calls,” Associated Press, April 5, 2021

“Gun bills making sales harder, banning large magazines both pass Delaware Senate,” wdel.com, April 2, 2021

“‘Turned my heart black’: Poverty and gun violence in one St. Louis man’s life,” Kansas City Star, March 31, 2021

“The Internet Is Outraged By A Video Showing Saweetie and Quavo In A Physical Altercation,” Essence, March 30, 2021

“Why does the U.S. have so much gun violence? These experts weigh in,” Deseret News, March 29, 2021

“Make no mistake: The Atlanta massacre was a hate crime,” Chicago Sun-Times, March 29, 2021

“The Return of Mass Shootings, The New Yorker, March 25, 2021

“This Women’s History Month, remember the violence of gender inequality,” The Daily Princetonian, March 16, 2021

““She had a heart of gold,” Family remembers metro mother allegedly murdered by her husband,” kfor.com, February 22, 2021

“Fabricantes de armas en Estados Unidos cultivan al mercado latino,” El Diario, January 25, 2021

“La creciente influencia latina atrae la atención de los vendedores de armas,” EFE News, January 25, 2021

“Authorities identify North Charleston woman killed in domestic shooting,” The Post and Courier, January 22, 2021

“‘Thoughts and prayers to the NRA’ as reviled gun lobby group files for chapter 11 bankruptcy,” AlterNet, January 17, 2021

“Missouri saw deadliest year ever for gun violence in 2020, made worse by pandemic,” Kansas City Star, January 10, 2021

“Staying home isn’t the safest option for abuse victims, even during a pandemic,” New Orleans Times-Picayune, January 5, 2021

“Tulane Study Of Maternal Homicide Gets First Federal Money For Gun Violence Research In 24 Years,” wwno.org, January 1, 2021

“Sen. Bergstrom Files Bill to Expand Victims’ Rights,” bartlesvilleradio.com, December 30, 2020

“Domestic violence overwhelms nonprofit organizations,” Albuquerque Journal, December 19, 2020

“A Louisiana Parish’s Efforts to Rein In Domestic Violence Inspire Action,” The Trace, December 18, 2020

“Schupp files legislation to protect jobs for domestic, sexual violence victims,” Missouri Times, December 3, 2020

“Gender-based violence prominent in Missouri, especially during coronavirus pandemic,” Southeast Missourian, December 3, 2020

“‘Know you’re not alone’: Greenville’s victim advocates on front lines of domestic violence,” Greenville News, November 30, 2020

“Gift of Giving: As domestic violence rates rise, Safe Embrace provides home to survivors,” Reno Gazette-Journal, November 25, 2020

“Murder at the Border: How the U.S. & Mexico Turn a Blind Eye to Femicide,” hiplatina.com, November 25, 2020

“How 3D Printed Ghost Guns Arm Criminals,” Lifewire, November 24, 2020

“Ben Watkins From ‘MasterChef’ Lost His Parents in a Horrific Murder-Suicide,” distractify.com, November 23, 2020

“Guns and domestic violence in Springfield and across Missouri,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 19, 2020

“Springfield’s high rates of gun violence, domestic abuse are linked, local leaders say,” Springfield News-Leader, November 15, 2020

“Femicide: Everything You Need to Know,” Global Citizen, November 3, 2020

“Recognition is key to domestic violence,” Jefferson City News-Tribune, October 29, 2020

“Psychologist Mom Killed Twin Daughters Before Committing Suicide,” Latin Post, October 28, 2020

“Safe Haven Cheatham County: Domestic violence needs ‘year-round’,” Nashville Tennessean, October 27, 2020

“More action needed on domestic violence,” Jefferson City News-Tribune, October 26, 2020

“OU community denounces domestic abuse, publicizes fundraiser for student survivor,” OUdaily.com, October 24, 2020

“Oklahoma ranks 3rd in rate of women murdered by men,” Cherokee Phoenix, October 24, 2020

“Domestic violence groups getting more calls for help during the pandemic,” wltx.com, October 22, 2020

“Lafourche holds virtual candlelight vigil honoring domestic violence victims,” Houma Today, October 21, 2020

“The Victims Femicide Leaves Behind,” Foreign Policy, October 20, 2020

“FBI to Stop Taking Crime Data From 1/4 Of Police Agencies,” The Crime Report, October 19, 2020

“Less talk, more action on domestic violence,” The News-Tribune, October 18, 2020

“FBI Crime Data Could Go Away For One In Four Police Agencies,” Newsy, October 16, 2020

“How the coronavirus derailed plans for an Horry County domestic violence shelter,” myrtlebeachonline.com, October 16, 2020

“Heeding early warning signs, a young woman was able to escape her abuser,” Shreveport Times, October 16, 2020

“Domestic violence calls in Kansas City mount as pandemic lingers,” kctv5.com, October 13, 2020

“S.C. House: Hixon, Robinson running to serve North Augusta in Statehouse,” Aiken Standard, October 12, 2020

“Opinion: Men harming women, a scourge in Oklahoma,” The Oklahoman, October 7, 2020

“Hopeful Horizons is working to end domestic violence. Here’s how you can help,” wjcl.com, October 7, 2020

“Breaking free from domestic violence awareness more important amid Covid crisis,” The Kingstree News, October 6, 2020

“We Know What Truly Works for Gun Violence Prevention and Invest In It,” Youth Today, October 5, 2020

“Oklahoma No. 3 for rate of women killed by men,” Tulsa World, October 3, 2020

“Advocates against domestic violence say there’s a spike in cases in Oklahoma amid pandemic,” koco.com, October 3, 2020

“Display a reminder of deadly domestic violence,” Winchester Star, October 3, 2020

“Oklahoma ranks third in rate of women killed by men, 97% of victims knew their killer, report says,” The Oklahoman, October 3, 2020

“Staggering U.S. Femicide Stats Prove Urgent Need for Gun Control Legislation,” msmagazine.com, October 1, 2020

“Experts See Staggering Jump In Oklahoma’s Domestic Violence Cases,” newson6.com, October 1, 2020

“Domestic violence in Taos County has worsened during the pandemic,” taosnews.com, October 1, 2020

“SCCADVASA launches new campaign for Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” foxcarolina.com, September 29, 2020

“EDITORIAL: Protecting women in harm’s way,” The Times and Democrat, September 28, 2020

“Editorial: SC domestic violence trend is hopeful but problem is still with us,” The Post and Courier, September 27, 2020

“We can’t ignore the facts: Domestic violence remains a problem in South Carolina,” The State, September 26, 2020

“Don’t forget Breonna Taylor, but also remember Black women killed in domestic violence,” Chicago Sun-Times, September 25, 2020

“South Carolina out of top 10 for women killed by domestic violence, first time since 1996,” wtma.com, September 25, 2020

“Commentary: More work remains in the effort against domestic violence in SC,” The Post and Courier, September 24, 2020

“National study: Missouri ranks second in the nation in number of women murdered by men,” ky3.com, September 24, 2020

“Nevada ranks 7th in rate of women killed by men, study finds,” Reno Gazette Journal, September 24, 2020

“In historic first, SC no longer top 10 state for women killed by men,” The Post and Courier, September 23, 2020

“Tennessee ranks in top 10 for women murdered by men,” wsmv.com, September 23, 2020

“Nevada ranks No. 7 in rate of women murdered by men annual report,” ktnv.com, September 23, 2020

“‘We still have a ways to go’, advocate says after recent domestic violence incidents,” fox5atlanta.com, September 15, 2020

“Black male neglect of Black women needs to end,” The Commonwealth Times, September 3, 2020

“Murder-suicides involving family members often share characteristics and risk factors, experts say,” cleveland.com, September 2, 2020

“Milwaukee Official Speaks About Need To Address Gun Violence During DNC Panel,” wuwm.com, August 20, 2020

“South Carolina Deputy Attorney General Arrested On Domestic Violence Charge,” fitsnews.com, August 19, 2020

“Editorial: Uproot problems to reduce Black homicide rate,” The Herald Bulletin, August 14, 2020

“Laws Protecting Women From Violence Are Under Threat, and Not Just in Turkey,” bedfordandbowery.com, August 14, 2020

“The New York Attorney General Is Seeking To Terminate The NRA: The Organization Is In A Well-Deserved Death Spiral,” The Pittsburgh Current, August 11, 2020

“High state, local black homicide rates traced to racial inequities,” The Herald Bulletin, August 8, 2020

“A ‘Good Guy with a Gun’ Won’t Stop Mass Shootings: Study,” The Crime Report, July 24, 2020

“Editorial: As Missouri rejects gun sanity, Blacks die at highest rate in America.,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 4, 2020

“National advocacy group says Missouri leads nation in Black homicide victimization,” kmov.com, June 25, 2020

“We said ‘I Do’,” Nevada Appeal, June 25, 2020

“African Americans in Missouri die at higher homicide rate than any other state, study finds,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, June 24, 2020

“Shreveport native stabbed to death in domestic dispute,” Shreveport Times, June 8, 2020

“Report: New Orleans judges routinely fail to order alleged domestic abusers to relinquish guns,” thelensnola.org, June 2, 2020

“Gun Use in Crimes Outpaces Justifiable Homicides, 35 to 1,” The Crime Report, May 13, 2020

“Sanctuary lost: Domestic violence calls, protection orders increase during quarantine,” Taos News, May 8, 2020

“Advocates say pandemic adds ‘multiple levels of scary’ to domestic violence situations,” The Nevada Independent, May 4, 2020

“The NRA is encouraging people to spend their COVID-19 relief checks on guns,” Media Matters, April 28, 2020

“Staying at home putting some in new danger,” The Times and Democrat, April 17, 2020

“York County man who killed wife, son then himself was out on bond for domestic violence,” Rock Hill Herald, April 9, 2020

“For victims of domestic violence, stay-at-home orders are a worst-case scenario,” Cosmopolitan, March 31, 2020

“Coronavirus in Austin: Abuse calls spike, death reported amid outbreak,” Austin American-Statesman, March 27, 2020

“Coronavirus raises concerns about domestic violence, experts say,” The Daily Memphian, March 27, 2020

“Trump Shifts Oversight of Some Arms Exports, Easing Sales,” The Wall Street Journal, March 9, 2020

“Second Amendment Preservation Act moves to Senate floor,” The Sheridan Press, March 6, 2020

“Louisiana named worst state for women,” Leesville Daily Leader, March 3, 2020

“Justice Department: Should Louisiana lose grant money over fees against abuse victims?,” The Advocate, March 2, 2020

“Louisiana’s new Legislature must focus on old problem of domestic violence,” nola.com, February 29, 2020

“New York State Ranks Among the Lowest in the Nation for Gun Deaths,” wfralp.com, February 28, 2020

“Analysis of CDC data shows Missouri fourth in nation for 2018 gun-death rate,” The Standard Democrat, February 27, 2020

“Rivals Blast Bernie Sanders on Guns,” The Trace, February 26, 2020

“Study: Alabama has second highest gun death rate in the nation,” mynbc15.com, February 24, 2020

“Group says states with weak gun laws and high ownership lead nation in deaths,” wtvy.com, February 24, 2020

“They filed for protection from domestic abuse, then got fined. That’s a problem, advocates say,” The Advocate, February 23, 2020

“It’s vital that we know the real roots of human trafficking,” Austin American-Statesman, February 18, 2020

“Ending Domestic Violence,” alibi.com, February 13, 2020

“Attempt to repeal gun-free zones in Wyoming fails, while handgun waiting period is rejected,” Casper Star-Tribune, February 12, 2020

“Lawmakers Call for Study on High Homicide Rate of Black Tennesseans,” Memphis Flyer, February 11, 2020

“Women and Weapons: Best ways to protect yourself from an attacker,” fox13memphis.com, February 10, 2020

“Getting at the heart of why Oklahomans continue to have violence in their homes,” Tulsa World, February 2, 2020

“Pro bono program seeks to break cycle of domestic violence,” South Carolina Lawyers Weekly, January 27, 2020

“Design of AR-15 could derail charges tied to popular rifle,” Associated Press, January 13, 2020

“How Far Can Abused Women Go to Protect Themselves?,” The New Yorker, Janauary 13, 2020

“Arizona inched up among states on rates of women murdered by men,” Cronkite News, January 2, 2020

“‘A fire in my soul’: How volunteering with the DV center led this woman to direct it,” Daily News Journal, December 23, 2019

“Washington AG proposes three new gun control bills,” The Independent, December 19, 2019

“West Milford officials declare township sanctuary for ‘lawful gun owners’ in resolution,” northjersey.com, December 16, 2019

“Inslee, Ferguson To Legislature: It’s Time To limit High Capacity Magazines, Stop Selling Assault Weapons In Washington,” Seattle Medium, December 13, 2019

“Communication, Cooperation Needed to Remove Firearms From Domestic Abusers,” Youth Today, December 13, 2019

“Inslee, Ferguson: Ban sale of assault weapons, high-capacity magazines,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 12, 2019

“Mass shootings renew interest in more Washington gun safety measures,” komonews.com, December 12, 2019

“Rosario: Another man kills his family. I don’t get it. I never will.,” twincities.com, December 6, 2019

“Democratic Senators Send Letter Urging Updates to Toy Gun Regulations,” Newsweek, November 21, 2019

“Predators forward Austin Watson’s girlfriend opens up about addiction, his arrest, mental health,” Nashville Tennessean, November 6, 2019

“Biden stands up for domestic violence victims,” Las Vegas Review-Journal, November 2, 2019

“Poll: 37 Percent of Ohioans Have Suffered One of Three Forms of Childhood Trauma,” Cleveland Scene, November 1, 2019

“Deaths Attributed to Those With Concealed Carry Permits Tracked in New Report,” routefifty.com, October 31, 2019

“Closing the Loophole,” Santa Fe Reporter, October 29, 2019

“Domestic violence a grim LR statistic,” Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette, October 28, 2019

“Las Vegas panel discusses domestic violence ‘epidemic’,” Las Vegas Review Journal, October 24, 2019

“Research Finds at Least 1,300 Non-Self-Defense Deaths at Hands of Concealed Carry Holders Since 2007,” Newsweek, October 24, 2019

“Concealed Carry Permit Holders Killed 1,335 Since 2007,” The Crime Report, October 22, 2019

“Christian League for Battered Women observes Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” The Daily Tribune News, October 19, 2019

“Nearly a decade later, Sal Vargas’s family hopes to see his killer brought to justice,” Salinas Californian, October 18, 2019

“MNPD searching for man accused of fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend,” Nashville Tennessean, October 17, 2019

“Las Vegas approves domestic violence charge that doesn’t take offenders’ guns,” Las Vegas Sun, October 16, 2019

“‘Stickler for facts’ Fiore shrugs off domestic violence, gun reform groups’ concerns,” Nevada Current, October 15, 2019

“New data reveals high numbers of domestic related murders in Erie County,” yourerie.com, October 10, 2019

“A Memory Card With Videos Of A Brutal Murder Was Found On The Street And Police Have Arrested A Suspect,” Buzzfeed, October 10, 2019

“3 Self-defense Moves for Ladies,” wgno.com, October 10, 2019

“Speak Up SC: Show your support for ending domestic violence,” countontwo.com, October 8, 2019

“Las Vegas ceremony honors victims of domestic violence,” Las Vegas Review Journal, October 8, 2019

“Domestic violence resources in Middle Tennessee: Signs of abuse, who to call, where to go,” Nashville Tennessean, October 8, 2019

“‘Anyone can be a victim’: Ceremony honors Las Vegans killed by domestic violence,” Las Vegas Sun, October 8, 2019

“‘We are your voice’: Advocates hold event in Baton Rouge to raise domestic violence awareness,” The Advocate, October 7, 2019

“‘Now It’s Normal’: Many St. Louis Students Live In The Shadow Of Gun Violence,” St. Louis Public Radio, October 7, 2019

“Bullet Control,” Center for American Progress, October 7, 2019

“Editorial: Domestic abuse is killing us; SC must reject warped culture,” Charleston Post and Courier, October 7, 2019

“Stats show Louisiana ranks high for deadly domestic violence cases each year,” wafb.com, October 3, 2019

“Family, friends honor victims of domestic violence at the State House for Silent Witness Ceremony,” wistv.com, October 1, 2019

“South Carolina Attorney General Holds Silent Witness Vigil For Domestic Violence Victims,” fitsnews.com, October 1, 2019

“I Pray for Murder (Sometimes),” New York Times, September 28, 2019

“On Day of Remembrance, survivors gather together to grieve loved ones lost to violence,” Salinas Californian, September 28, 2019

“Oklahoma is doing something right to prevent domestic homicides, but we can do more,” Tulsa World, September 27, 2019

“Also in D.C. Yesterday: A Hearing on Assault Weapons and a Rally to End Gun Violence,” The Trace, September 26, 2019

“Louisiana leading nation in female homicides, domestic violence survivors speak,” kalb.com, September 25, 2019

“Sparks fly at assault-weapons ban hearing on Capitol Hill, ex-cop vows she would ‘not comply’,” Fox News, September 25, 2019

“Are we a city of cowards when it comes to race?,” Indianapolis Recorder, September 25, 2019

“Annual Violence Policy Center Study Produces Harrowing Information Concerning Black Women, South Carolina,” Charleston Chronicle, September 24, 2019

“Mayor Whaley to testify before Congress about gun violence,” Dayton Daily News, September 24, 2019

“Report: Tennessee gun violence is getting worse,” wsmv.com, September 24, 2019

“In-Depth: Domestic violence survivors share their stories,” knoe.com, September 24, 2019

“The most dangerous time is when they leave,” Payson Roundup, September 24, 2019

“Study ranks South Carolina 5th deadliest state for women murdered by men,” wmbfnews.com, September 20, 2019

“Arizona’s rate of women killed by men is among highest in US,” ktar.com, September 20, 2019

“South Carolina’s rate of men killing women keeps climbing since legal reform,” The Post and Courier, September 20, 2019

“Judge: Alaska’s justice system is failing in the case of slain Mountain Village woman,” ktoo.org, September 19, 2019

“Report: Tenn. ranks 5th in nation in rate of women murdered by men,” wvlt.tv, September 19, 2019

“Tennessee in top 10 states where women are killed by men,” newschannel5.com, September 19, 2019

“South Carolina ranks 5th in nation in rate of women murdered by men,” live5news.com, September 19, 2019

“Report: Men are killing Louisiana women at 2nd highest rate in the U.S.,” knoe.com, September 19, 2019

“Bipartisan gun bills aimed at closing ‘boyfriend loophole’,” Philadelphia Tribune, September, 19, 2019

“Laramie woman runs marathon to raise money, awareness for suicide prevention,” Laramie Boomerang, September 19, 2019

“SC ranks 5th in the U.S. for women murdered by men,” wltx.com, September 19, 2019

“Nevada Fourth in Women Murdered by Men,” kkoh.com, September 19, 2019

“Report: For fourth year in a row, Alaska has highest rate of men killing women,” ktuu.com, September 18, 2019

“Louisiana ranked second in nation in rate of women murdered by men,” wdsu.com, September 18, 2019

“Study: Nevada ranks 4th in US for rate of women murdered by men,” ktnv.com, September 18, 2019

“Nevada has nation’s 4th highest rate for intimate murder of women,” Nevada Current, September 18, 2019

“Bipartisan bills aimed at closing Michigan’s boyfriend loophole,” fox17online.com, September 18, 2019

“Louisiana has the second highest rate of women murdered by men,” wwl.radio.com, September 18, 2019

“Nearly 2,000 Women Killed by Men in 2017, Report Urges Reauthorization of Violence Against Women Act,” Newsweek, September 18, 2019

“Arizona ranks 7th among states with most women killed by men, 2017 data shows,” abc15.com, September 18, 2019

“Tennessee Women Are Murdered by Men at Above-Average Rates,” Nashville Scene, September 18, 2019

“SC ranks fifth in rate of women murdered by men,” wpde.com, September 18, 2019

“Tennessee 5th in nation in rate of women murdered by men per analysis,” fox17.com, September 18, 2019

“Nevada ranks 4th in nation in rate of women murdered by men,” kolotv.com, September 18, 2019

“Health Officials: New Mexico Had 535 Suicides Last Year, Up 6.7 Percent From 2017,” krwg.org, September 16, 2019

“NM had record number of suicides in 2018,” Albuquerque Journal, September 15, 2019

“Bethany House a resource for those suffering from abuse,” cknj.com, September 12, 2019

“Report says Wyoming has second-highest suicide rate,” wyodaily.com, September 12, 2019

“Daily Bulletin: Decision Day for Trump on Guns?,” The Trace, September 12, 2019

“I got a Virginia concealed-carry permit. No one made me prove I actually can fire a gun and hit a target.,” Virginia Mercury, September 11, 2019

“Who’s watching? More people licensed to carry guns in Illinois are using them, but oversight is still lacking,” Chicago Tribune, September 9, 2019

“When It Hits Home: Intimate Partner Violence Yields Deadly Outcomes for Black Women ,” The Root, August 29, 2019

“I lost yet another family member to gun violence. I urge my colleagues to take action.,” Washington Post, August 23, 2019

“House eyes ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines,” Las Vegas Review Journal, August 19, 2019

“YWCA holds domestic violence vigil for slain Sumter mom,” Sumter Item, August 17, 2019

“Death of Overland Park woman shines light on domestic violence,” kshb.com, August 14, 2019

“Supply drive will benefit domestic violence victims at Sumter’s YWCA,” Sumter Item, August 14, 2019

“Assault Weapons and High-Capacity Magazines Must Be Banned,” americanprogress.org, August 12, 2019

“Has collective desensitization eclipsed collective action as a response to mass shootings?,” Salon, August 6, 2019

“Robbie Williams Attended Gun Inventor Party On American Massacre Weekend,” noise11.com, August 5, 2019

“Verbatim: Responses to Dayton mass shooting,” Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, August 4, 2019

“CT politicians, officials react to mass shooting in El Paso, Texas,” Connecticut Post, August 3, 2019

“Legal assistance can change lives of immigrant domestic violence victims,” Nashville Tennessean, August 1, 2019

“Sherra Wright is only one of many cases of murdering spouses,” Memphis Commercial Appeal, August 1, 2019

“The All-White Democratic Debate Left People Of Color Out Of The Gun Violence Discussion,” Bustle, August 1, 2019

“Black Women Can No Longer Afford To Save Broken Black Men,” madamenoire.com, July 31, 2019

“About Those Good Guys With a Gun,” Urban Milwaukee, July 30, 2019

“Senseless cases of violence shake communities,” Daily Journal, July 30, 2019

“Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting victims aged 6, 13 and 25,” Santa Cruz Sentinel, July 29, 2019

“Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting: Suspect probe widens to Nevada,” Marin Independant Journal, July 29, 2019

“Man killed wife, himself in shooting at Delaware nursing home,” Delaware News Journal, July 22, 2019

“Hundreds of teachers are preparing for ‘Train a Teacher Day,’ where they’ll learn how to shoot guns,” insider.com, July 19, 2019

“Chicago Teens Are Learning How to Render First Aid to Gunshot Victims,” The Trace, July 18, 2019

“Fit Columbia uses aerial yoga to aid in fight against domestic violence,” coladaily.com, July 15, 2019

“Lawmaker calls number of African Americans killed in Tennessee a ‘public health crisis’,” wsmv.com, July 13, 2019

“As Salinas grapples with ‘murder capital’ legacy, homicides drop 89% in a year,” Salinas Californian, July 12, 2019

“Save Our Sons works to prevent African-American homicide rates in light of startling national numbers,” wbir.com, July 11, 2019

“Tennessee Rep. Staples wants lawmakers to study state African American homicide rates,” wbir.com, July 11, 2019

“Tennessee lawmaker calls for study on African American homicides,” newschannel5.com, July 11, 2019

“Knoxville lawmaker wants state to study African American homicides,” wate.com, July 11, 2019

“Lawmaker files bills seeking to celebrate emancipation, study black homicide rates,” fox17.com, July 11, 2019

“Cory Booker Says His 2020 Gun Violence Prevention Program Is Focused on Community Resources,” Teen Vogue, July 9, 2019

“Grenades, Land Mines and U.S. Weapons Parts: Argentina Foils Huge Smuggling Operation,” New York Times, June 28, 2019

“Mortes de inocentes são 34 vezes maior que de criminosos por legítima defesa, aponta estudo,” revistaforum.com.br, June 23, 2019

“Bay Area police officer’s death: Experts say batterers escalate violence when victims try to leave,” San Jose Mercury News, June 22, 2019

“Recovering-from-violence effort evolves from Frayser fatal shooting,” tri-statedefender.com, June 20, 2019

“Halfway through 2019, Memphis on pace for an increase in homicides,” Memphis Commercial Appeal, June 19, 2019

“Mother ‘Intentionally’ Drove Into Kalamazoo River With Children in Car: Officials,” The Epoch Times, June 18, 2019

“New Analysis Shows Gun Violence’s Impact On Black Illinoisans,” Peoria Public Radio, June 18, 2019

“Threat of inaction: Weekend shootings drive home urgency,” Journal Gazette, June 18, 2019

“Water gun fight celebrates Juneteenth with a message,” komu.com, June 18, 2019

“Legislation would outlaw the distribution of blueprints for 3D printed firearms,” homelandprepnews.com, June 18, 2019

“Kaine Introduces Bill To Ban Distribution Of 3d Printed Gun Blueprints,” kaine.senate.gov, June 18, 2019

“New Analysis Shows Gun Violence’s Impact On Black Illinoisans,” wglt.org, June 17, 2019

“The Latest Smart Gun Survey Results Are In,” The Daily Caller, June 16, 2019

“Homicides Rates High for African-American Men in Kentucky and Indiana,” 44news.wevv.com, June 15, 2019

“Kentucky and Indiana have among highest black homicide rates in nation, report says,” Louisville Courier-Journal, June 14, 2019

“Kentucky has one of the highest black homicide rates in the nation, report finds,” kentucky.com, June 14, 2019

“Menendez, Markey and Deutch Call for Ban on 3D Printed Guns,” Foreign Affairs, June 14, 2019

“O.J. Simpson case helped bring spousal abuse out of shadows,” Associated Press, June 13, 2019

“Quigley Introduces Legislation to Study Connection Between Domestic Violence and Mass Shootings,” quigley.house.gov, June 13, 2019

“The flow of guns from the U.S. to Mexico is getting lost in the border debate,” PBS NewsHour, June 12, 2019

“Wisconsin Ranked Second in Nation for Black Homicide Rate,” Black Press USA, June 10, 2019

“United effort to better life for black men,” Journal Gazette, June 9, 2019

“Group holds Wear Orange event to honor those affected by gun violence,” The Oklahoman, June 8, 2019

“On Point: Study reveals increase in Michigan’s gun-violence death rates,” wwmt.com, June 7, 2019

“Local leaders working to flip dialogue of racial violence,” wreg.com, June 6, 2019

“Why is Tennessee ranked 8th in Black Homicide Victimization?,” WTVF, June 6, 2019

“Daily Bulletin: Virginia Governor Orders Lawmakers Back to Capitol to Weigh Gun Reforms,” The Trace, June 5, 2019

“Young Men, Inc. marks 25 years of mentoring Indy’s youth,” cbs4indy.com, June 4, 2019

“Virginia Beach shooter killed 12 using silencer and high-capacity magazine. Now, lawmakers might look at both.,” NBC News, June 4, 2019

“Report: Indiana Ranks Fifth Worst For Black Homicides,” Indiana Public Media, June 3, 2019

“Report: Indiana Ranks Fifth Worst For Black Homicides,” wbaa.org, June 1, 2019

“Study: Tennessee homicide rate of black victims soars over national average for 12th year in a row,” Nashville Tennessean, May 31, 2019

“Wisconsin Ranked Second in Nation for Black Homicide Rate,” Milwaukee Courier, May 31, 2019

“Where Does Your State Rank When It Comes to Black Homicide?,” colorlines.com, May 30, 2019

“W.Va.’s Rate of Black Homicide Victims Third Highest in Nation,” wvpublic.org, May 30, 2019

“Missouri Still #1 in Black Homicide Victimizations,” The Crime Report, May 30, 2019

“State Ranks 2nd for Black Homicide Victims,” urbanmilwaukee.com, May 30, 2019

“Strangulation of Women Is Common, Chilling – and Often a Grim Harbinger,” Oklahoma Watch, May 29, 2019

“Missouri Led Nation in Black Homicide Rate in 2016; New York Ranked No. 31,” Minority Reporter, May 29, 2019

“I’m just sayin’,” Indianapolis Recorder, May 29, 2019

“Illinois ranked #4 for Black Homicide Victimization,” thetimesweekly.com, May 29, 2019

“Tennessee: 8th in the US for African American Homicide,” Safe Tennessee Project, May 29, 2019

“LA House Votes to Boost Gun Possession and ‘Stand Your Ground’ Laws,” Bossier Now, May 23, 2019

“Louisiana Legislature 2019: Domestic Violence,” Gonzales Weekly Citizen, May 23, 2019

“Lawmaker: Gun law should be consistent around state,” The Daily Advertiser, May 22, 2019

“Senate Committee advances domestic violence, sexual abuse bills,” Minden Press Herald, May 22, 2019

“Guilderland cops: Mom kills daughter, 5, then herself,” Albany Times-Union, May 18, 2019

“The “Pro-Life” States Are Not Pro-Life States,” GQ, May 17, 2019

“KC court program seeing success as it works with domestic violence offenders,” Kansas City Happenings, May 17, 2019

“Gun storage laws save lives, so why don’t we have more of them?,” Los Angeles Times, May 16, 2019

“KC court program seeing success as it works with domestic violence offenders,” fox4kc.com, May 16, 2019

“Bourbon Street diner employee shot to death in confrontation between former, current boyfriends,” nola.com, May 16, 2019

“Pourquoi les répliques d’airsoft mettent les enfants en danger, Vice, May 16, 2019

“Secret security: Workers arming themselves for protection while on the clock,” whio.com, May 14, 2019

“Washington stops nightmare of ‘ghost’ guns,” Lewiston Tribune, May 14, 2019

“In Our View: Washington takes steps to address gun violence,” The Columbian, May 10, 2019

“Gunmakers Are Profiting From Toy Replicas That Can Get Kids Killed,” The Trace, May 9, 2019

“The Long Shadow of Joe Biden’s Legacy on Violence Against Women,” jezebel.com, April 25, 2019

“Guns, Lies, and Fear,” Center for American Progress, April 24, 2019

“Get strip clubs out of downtown Reno, says activist,” Reno Gazette Journal, April 22, 2019

“New Fairfield murder-suicide appears statistically rare,” Danbury News Times, April 18, 2019

“New report offers overview of lethal gun violence in Great Lakes states,” clickondetroit.com, April 16, 2019

“Arizona ranks low in workplace homicide rates; domestic violence still a concern,” yourvalley.net, April 15, 2019

“Who Is Lori Shields? Details About The Kansas Woman’s Alleged Murder,” yourtango.com, April 13, 2019

“The nurse tracking America’s ‘epidemic’ of murdered women,” The Guardian, April 11, 2019

“The Last Gun Show,” alibi.com, April 11, 2019

“Bill sponsors: Ohioans have ‘God-given rights’ to carry guns,” Columbus Dispatch, April 10, 2019

“To NRA, gun rights trumps Violence Against Women Act,” floridapolitics.com, April 7, 2019

“Light the Night Walk to be held Thursday evening,” Cleveland Daily Banner, April 6, 2019

“Violence against Black women: learning from Black socialist feminists,” Liberation, April 6, 2019

“New Gun Nut Talking Point: Gun Control is Privilege,” Houston Press, March 26, 2019

“Serena Williams Opens Up to Youth Activist About Her Sister’s Murder,” diversityinc.com, March 24, 2019

“Enfermera crea base de datos de mujeres asesinadas por hombres,” Univision, March 23, 2019

“Gun ban for domestic abusers fails,” Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, March 20, 2019

“‘These Women’s Lives Mattered’: Nurse Builds Database Of Women Murdered By Men,” Black Voice News, March 19, 2019

“Reducing impulsive acts of devastating violence,” Battleboro Reformer, March 18, 2019

“Maine in the top 10 of ‘best states’ for women,” mainebiz.biz, March 18, 2019

“Louisiana AG Jeff Landry uses DOJ to train law enforcement on domestic violence issues,” The Advocate, March 17, 2019

“New Zealand massacre puts focus on semi-automatic weapons,” Agence France-Presse, March 16, 2019

“Home abusers’ guns targeted,” Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, March 15, 2019

“High unemployment rate among factors ranking Arizona No. 41 in best states for women,” yourvalley.net, March 13, 2019

“Best & Worst States for Women,” wallethub.com, March 4, 2019

“Family Asks for Donations After Mother is Killed,” San Fernando Valley Sun, February 27, 2019

“Sixth worst isn’t good enough,” The Post and Courier, February 24, 2019

“Avoyelles ranks above state average in gun ownership, deaths,” Avoyelles Today, February 21, 2019

“Violence is reality in ‘dating’ too,” The Times and Democrat, February 20, 2019

“Domestic violence led to standoff,” wjtv.com, February 18, 2019

“A School Nurse Is on a Mission to Count the Women Killed by Men,” The Atlantic, February 16, 2019

“Domestic Violence is on the rise in Tennessee,” wcyb.com, February 14, 2019

“Gun Violence Statistics Show Women Are Impacted At A Disproportionate Rate,” Bustle, February 13, 2019

“Kaine Introduces Bill Banning High-Capacity Gun Magazines,” Fairfax News, February 13, 2019

“SC still near bottom in violence against women,” Bluffton Today, February 13, 2019

“Impassioned debate on background-check law for Nevada Gun Sales,” Nevada Capital News, February 13, 2019

“Report: Progress made, but SC must do more to combat deadly domestic violence toll,” The Post and Courier, February 6, 2019

Hospital radiologists can help detect domestic violence, researchers say,” Reuters, February 5, 2019

“One deadly mass shooting after another in a violent January — and attacks barely registered nationally,” New York Daily News, February 3, 2019

“Gun Violence,” kpfa.org, January 31, 2019

“Hearings on guns in schools continue,” Uinta County Herald, January 29, 2019

“Missouri among states with most firearm-related death,” News Tribune, January 28, 2019

“Can You Help Fight Domestic Violence?,” 710keel.com, January 27, 2019

“Alabama has 3rd highest gun death rate in the nation, new data reveals,” mynbc15.com, January 23, 2019

“Missouri ranks fifth in the nation for gun related deaths,” ktvo.com, January 23, 2019

“La. wants to take guns away from domestic abusers,” Louisiana Weekly, January 22, 2019

“Stats show gun carriers can become victims,” Kearney Hub, January 22, 2019

“Safe Homes of Orange County Express Concern on Apparent Murder-Suicides,” Spectrum Local News, January 17, 2019

“Concealed carry doesn’t guarantee our safety — it puts us at greater risk,” Chicago Tribune, January 16, 2019

“Murder-suicide is Meridian’s third in six months,” Idaho State Journal, January 8, 2019

“Noera Ayaz fought against domestic violence, then apparently killed her sons and herself. Her family struggles to understand why.,” Washington Post, January 1, 2019

“Clear up domestic violence arrest policy, Little Rock told,” Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, December 24, 2018

“U.S. Coast Guard Member Kills Wife, Son and Injures Daughter Before Taking Own Life in Domestic Dispute,” Newsweek, December 17, 2018

“Family of domestic violence victim resists efforts to reduce murder charge,” Chicago Sun-Times, December 15, 2018

“Fatal Metairie shooting points to Louisiana’s domestic violence problem,” fox8live.com, December 9, 2018

“When feminism is met with violence,” Washington Post, December 6, 2018

“Fifteen people killed in two months in domestic situations,” newschannel5.com, December 3, 2018

“Father’s Facebook post leads to arrest in daughter’s assault by boyfriend,” wltx.com, November 14, 2018

“Leadership Cheyenne Class of 2019 earns suicide prevention certification,” Wyoming Tribune Eagle, November 8, 2018

“Nearly 10 Years Apart, Attacks On Women Have Eerie Similarities,” Buzzfeed, November 5, 2018

“Insist representatives prioritize reauthorization of Violence Against Women Act,” The Intelligencer, November 2, 2018

“Where does gun legislation stand in PA, and who is tackling the issue of gun violence?,” nextpittsburgh.com, November 1, 2018

“Domestic violence remains a prevalent problem in South Carolina,” Aiken Standard, October 30, 2018

“LSS Brings Violence Free Program to Valley City,” Valley City Times-Record, October 30, 2018

“Trump called for arming of places of worship. The mayor of Pittsburgh says that’s a terrible idea,” Think Progress, October 28, 2018

“Hoover Dam Turns Purple to Recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” Nevada Business, October 28, 2018

“Symposium offers hope for domestic violence victims,” Spartanburg Herald-Journal, October 28, 2018

“The NRA Also Makes It Harder to Trace Bombs,” The Trace, October 26, 2018

“‘We can’t … have more animal shelters than safe havens:’ Study ranks SC 6th in rate of women killed by men,” wistv.com, October 26, 2018

“Salvation Army: Reported domestic violence cases up 59% in last two years,” wbir.com, October 24, 2018

“Speak Their Name: Honoring 27 victims of domestic violence this year,” whas11.com, October 24, 2018

“Laudable effort in OKC to hold domestic abusers accountable,” The Oklahoman, October 23, 2018

“There Are More Skeletons in the Closet: Domestic Abuse and #MeToo,” Elle, October 23, 2018

“Elected Leaders Stress Need For Domestic Shelter,” myrtlebeachsc.com, October 23, 2018

“Leaders, activists, community search for solutions to homicide rate,” The Detroit News, October 21, 2018

“Detroit grapples with ‘devastating’ impact of black male homicides,” The Detroit News, October 21, 2018

“APSO hosting ‘Take Back the Night’ event at Jambalaya Park,” brproud.com, October 21, 2018

“Brave Georgia Boy, 9, Helps Police Catch Mom’s Accused Killer,” patch.com, October 18, 2018

“Officials urge victims to come forward during domestic violence awareness month,” katc.com, October 16, 2018

“Study, police data paint grim picture of Kentucky domestic violence homicides,” wave3.com, October 15, 2018

“Sexual assault is not a partisan issue,” The Post and Courier, October 14, 2018

“Alpha Chi Omega to host candlelight vigil in support of domestic violence awareness,” latech.edu, October 14, 2018

“Kavanaugh on court could put N.Y. SAFE Act under new scrutiny,” Albany Times-Union, October 10, 2018

“Giving a voice to those impacted by domestic violence,” wjbf.com, October 8, 2018

“‘Talking about it helps’: Middle Tennessee woman builds new life after domestic violence,” Daily News Journal, October 8, 2018

“Domestic violence vigil to be held in Raceland,” houmatoday.com, October 7, 2018

“What women want: A safer, better South Carolina for themselves — and others,” statehousereport.com, October 5, 2018

“Silent Witness Vigil held for victims and survivors of domestic violence,” Spartanburg Herald-Journal, October 4, 2018

“Our View: State must do more to reduce domestic violence,” The Index-Journal, October 3, 2018

“Smith on Domestic Violence in SC,” 1063word.radio.com, October 3, 2018

“South Carolina tops the list of deadliest states for women 21 years in a row,” The State, October 2, 2018

“Louisiana’s grim, disappointing story on poverty, murder and more,” Associated Press, October 2, 2018

“South Carolina has sixth highest rate for women murdered by men,” Greenville News, October 2, 2018

“Domestic violence leading to more crime in Lowcountry,” wsav.com, October 2, 2018

“Report: Domestic Violence Homicides Hold Steady As Other Forms Of Homicide Fall,” wusfnews.com, October 2, 2018

“Family Empowerment Forum set for Wednesday at USC Sumter,” Sumter Item, October 2, 2018

“South Carolina has high rate of women killed by men,” wcnc.com, October 2, 2018

“Safe Haven works as ‘vital’ resource to combat domestic violence in Cheatham,” Nashville Tennessean, October 1, 2018

“”It comes down to listening” S.C. still fighting battle against domestic violence,” wach.com, October 1, 2018

“According to report, South Carolina is one of the deadliest states for women,” counton2.com, October 1, 2018

“South Carolina again in top 10 for women killed by men; see who’s most likely to be killed, how,” wyff4.com, October 1, 2018

“Report: South Carolina has high rate of women killed by men,” Associated Press, October 1, 2018

“Domestic Violence Awareness news conference,” wspa.com, October 1, 2018

“The Agenda: Recreational shellfish season opens, S.C. still among the deadliest for women; State getting additional money for fighting drug abuse,” Charleston City Paper, October 1, 2018

“Despite reforms, SC still ranks among nation’s deadliest states for women,” The Post and Courier, September 30, 2018

“Intimate partner homicides high in state,” Messenger-Inquirer, September 30, 2018

“Alaska, Louisiana and Nevada Have Highest Rates of One-on-One Murders of Women by Men,” Daily Beast, September 29, 2018

“Study: South Carolina Ranks Sixth in Nation for Rate of Women Murdered by Men,” Charleston Chronicle, September 28, 2018

“J.Cole On XXXTentacion, Nas And Racial Disparities Of Domestic Violence Victims,” Vibe, September 27, 2018

“Domestic violence survivor shares mission to save lives,” kolotv.com, September 27, 2018

“La. ranks second in female homicides,” American Press, September 27, 2018

“Victims impacted by violence identify common cause in Kansas City killings,” fox4kc.com, September 26, 2018

“When men murder women,” Lexington Chronicle, September 26, 2018

“Kentucky ranks #9 in Rate of Women Murdered by Men study,” wtvq.com, September 25, 2018

“Missouri Ranks 7th in “When Men Murder Women” Rankings,” kmox.radio.com, September 24, 2018

“Study says Missouri has one of the highest rates of women killed by men,” kttn.com, September 24, 2018

“DV fatality review panel goes dark under Laxalt,” Nevada Current, September 21, 2018

“Study Says Ohio Women are Disproportionately Murdered By Men They Know,” Cleveland Scene, September 20, 2018

“Report: Homicide rate against women and girls in Alaska three times national average,” ktuu.com, September 19, 2018

“Louisiana ranks 2nd for rate of women killed by men,” Louisiana Radio Network, September 19, 2018

“Michigan women are more likely to be murdered by men they know, study finds,” Detroit Metro Times, September 19, 2018

“Tennessee is Number 5 in Nation for Females being murdered,” wgnsradio.com, September 19, 2018

“Informe revela que se han incrementado los feminicidios en EEUU,” cubaenmiami.com, September 19, 2018

“Louisiana Ranks 2nd for Rate of Women Killed by Men,” kpel965.com, September 19, 2018

“En Estados Unidos hubo 1.809 feminicidios en 2016,” EFE, September 19, 2018

“Nevada ranks 3rd in nation for number of women killed by men,” ktnv.com, September 19, 2018

“Oklahoma continues to rank high in rate of women killed by men, study shows,” newsok.com, September 19, 2018

“En 2016 se registraron 1.809 feminicidios en Estados Unidos,” Diario La Nacion, September 18, 2018

“TN ranks fifth in U.S. for rate of women killed by men, new study shows,” wrcbtv.com, September 18, 2018

“Alaska Leads Nation in Rate of Women Murdered by Men,” Alaska Native News, September 18, 2018

“Rate of women murdered by men in La. increases for 5th straight year,” ksla.com, September 18, 2018

“More females murdered in Tennessee than almost any other state,” wsmv.com, September 18, 2018

“Kentucky ranked 9th in nation of women murdered by men,” kfvs12.com, September 18, 2018

“Bakersfield mass shooting ‘very calculated,’ came after ugly divorce, officials say,” Los Angeles Times, September 14, 2018

“The NRA’s Catch-22 for Black Men Shot by Police,’ The Atlantic, September 13, 2018

“Tragedy in the foothills,” Sacramento News and Review, September 13, 2018

“Gun Use in Self-Defense is Minimal, Study Says,” The Crime Report, September 12, 2018

“Into the light: Family makes Meg’s House donation in memory of loved one,” The Index-Journal, September 6, 2018

“Second Murder-Suicide In Five Months Casts Violent Shadow On Amador County,” Capital Public Radio, September 4, 2018

“Berkeley County dedicates detectives to focus on domestic violence, abuse,” The Post and Courier, September 4, 2018

“Commentary: Under Republican rule, SC has been under-performing for years,” The Post and Courier, September 1, 2018

“Nashville receives federal grant to address domestic violence,” The Nashville Tennessean, August 29, 2018

“Editorial: Arming teachers makes schools more dangerous,” West Hartford News, August 29, 2018

“Attorney General Adam Laxalt grants funds to support sexual violence victims,” mynews4.com, August 29, 2018

“Use GPS monitoring on abusers and confiscate their guns,” Lexington Herald-Leader, August 24, 2018

“Editorial: Tibbetts murder is about men, not immigrants,” Quad City Times, August 23, 2018

“Alabama’s rise in murder-suicides blamed on guns, domestic abuse,” al.com, August 23, 2018

“‘Mic Dispatch’ episode 12: Exploring 3D-printed guns; inside the world of incels,” mic.com, August 23, 2018

“Rock Hill man with history of violence sentenced in kidnap, beating of another woman,” The Herald, August 22, 2018

“Donald Trump, Gunrunner for Hire,” The Nation, August 14, 2018

“SC Ranks 5th in U.S. in Number of Women Killed by Men,” wltx.com, August 13, 2018

“Fatal stabbing sparks conversation about domestic violence in Louisiana,” wwltv.com, August 10, 2018

“Memphis Police, Shelby County implement domestic violence program,” Memphis Commercial Appeal, August 7, 2018

“Concealed Gun Holders Kill 1,259 Since 2007: Study,” The Crime Report, August 3, 2018

“Proposed Utah bill calls for safe firearm storage,” The Daily Universe, August 3, 2018

“James Shields’ Murder-Suicide: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know,” heavy.com, July 31, 2018

“As a national study languishes, Jackson looks to understand gun violence,” Jackson Clarion Ledger, July 24, 2018

“Fears, law changes drive gun-sale fluctuations,” Connecticut Post, July 21, 2018

“Coalition Urges Full and Fair Review of Supreme Court Nominee’s Records,” Human Rights Watch, July 20, 2018

“Recent domestic violence killings keeping Metro homicide busy,” lasvegasnow.com, July 18, 2018

“Gun rights groups side with Supreme Court pick Kavanaugh,” Albany Times Union, July 13, 2018

“Trump’s arms export rules will undermine US security and risk human rights abuses,” The Hill, July 15, 2018

“‘What fell through the cracks?’ Missouri will try to prevent domestic violence by looking at past cases,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 11, 2018

“Prices Corner murder-suicide was domestic violence. It’s on all of us to help stop it.,” The News Journal, July 11, 2018

“Woman found dead in home with repeated domestic violence calls, deputies say,” wyff4.com, July 11, 2018

“Matthew Edwards: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know,” heavy.com, July 10, 2018

“Daily Bulletin: Gun Rights Advocates React to Trump’s SCOTUS Pick,” The Trace, July 10, 2018

“Would Kavanaugh Move Court Rightward on Guns?,” The Crime Report, July 10, 2018

“Another SC man charged with fatally beating a woman — the second in a week,” The State, July 10, 2018

“Domestic violence: Nashville shelter expands to house more victims fleeing abusive homes,” Nashville Tennessean, July 9, 2018

“This Miami Gardens fatal shooting broke the city’s trend, continues a national trend,” Miami Herald, July 3, 2018

“New state laws took effect July 1,” Overton County News, July 3, 2018

“Her husband tried to kill her three times. Three years later, he’s still taking her to court.,” Memphis Commercial Appeal, July 2, 2018

“Florida among top states for murder-suicides,” Miami Herald, July 2, 2018

“Public voices opposition to foreign gun sale proposal,” Connecticut Post, July 2, 2018

“New domestic violence law closes loopholes exposed by attackers, advocate says,” fox13memphis, June 29, 2018

“Law to protect victims of domestic violence in TN set to take effect,” clarksvillenow.com, June 29, 2018

“Access to Guns Debated for People with Dementia in North Carolina,” North Carolina Health News, June 27, 2018

“Deadly disparities: African-Americans increasingly targeted as gun homicides spike,” madison.com, June 27, 2018

“Tennessee ranks in top 5 for rate at which men kill women in domestic-related homicides,” Nashville Tennessean, June 26, 2018

“Crece número de casos de asesinatos con suicidios en EEUU,” diariodom.com, June 24, 2018

“Florida es el tercer estado de EEUU con más casos de asesinatos-suicidios según estudio,” HRI Express, June 23, 2018

“Estudio revela que Florida es el tercer estado con más casos de ‘asesinato-suicidios’,” cubenmiami.com, June 22, 2018

“Florida es el tercer estado con más casos de asesinatos-suicidios, revela estudio,” El Nuevo Herald, June 22, 2018

“What murder-suicides really are: Domestic violence murders,” Nashville Tennessean, June 21, 2018

“Daily Bulletin: There Are More Than 11 Murder-Suicides Each Week in the U.S.,” The Trace, June 20, 2018

“‘I don’t feel sorry for myself’; Five years after savage acid attack Christy Sims is rising again,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 16, 2018

“The war on drugs failed. It’s time for a war on abuse,” CNN, June 15, 2018

“Almost nothing is known about dozens of concealed carry shootings in Illinois. Why?,” Chicago Tribune, June 15, 2018

“Wyoming Ranks Third In Gun Suicide Rates,” Wyoming Public Media, June 15, 2018

“W.Va. ranks No. 5 for gun suicides,” The Fayette Tribune, June 15, 2018

“VPC: Wyoming has third-highest suicide by gun rate in the nation,” buckrail.com, June 15, 2018

“Data shows Kentucky ranks No. 10 for gun suicides,” Richmond Register, June 13, 2018

“Cuomo’s gun proposal is stuck in the Senate. But would it matter?,” cityandstateny.com, June 12, 2018

“6 women killed by men in 6 months throughout Charleston area,” The Post and Courier, June 8, 2018

“The Donald Trump candidate: McMaster talks police, guns and Trump in Rock Hill,” The Charlotte Observer, June 6, 2018

“Waving a “red flag” at reducing gun suicides,” The Montgomery Herald, June 6, 2018

“Trump administration’s proposed easing of gun export rules may make 3-D-printed weapons readily available,” New York Daily News, June 5, 2018

“A new report affirms what we already know: Easier access to guns means more violent deaths,” Los Angeles Times, June 4, 2018

“Over a Barrel: Gunmakers and the NRA,” The Progressive, June 1, 2018

“U.S. gun industry wants a bigger piece of the world’s arms trade,” Salon, June 1, 2018

“These Gun Control Facts Speak Volumes About America’s Mass Shooting Epidemic Vs. Other Nations,” Bustle, June 1, 2018

“Data analysis shows West Virginia ranks No. 5 for gun suicides,” Beckley Register-Herald, June 1, 2018

“A License To Sell: US Gunmakers Will Send More Weapons Abroad,” The National Memo, May 31, 2018

“New study links low gun suicide rate with strict gun laws,” Albany Times-Union, May 31, 2018

“Study links tighter control, fewer gun suicides,” Connecticut Post, May 31, 2018

“West Virginia 5th in country in gun suicide rate,” The News Center, May 31, 2018

“States with Strong Gun Laws and Lower Gun Ownership Have Fewer Gun Suicides,” wfralp.com, May 31, 2018

“Strict Firearm Laws Linked with Lower Firearm Suicide Rates, Study Finds,” West Virginia Public Broadcasting, May 30, 2018

“Study ranks Louisiana high for women killed by men; Faith House speaks out,” klfy.com, May 30, 2018

“Study: States with weak gun violence prevention laws have high number of suicides,” wfsb.com, May 30, 2018

“Gun Suicides Linked to Weak Violence Prevention Laws,” The Crime Report, May 30, 2018

“American Guns Are Fueling Record Homicides in Mexico. Experts Urge the White House to Take Action.,” The Trace, May 25, 2018

“Trump Opens Door For U.S. Gun Industry To Sell More Firearms Abroad,” The Huffington Post, May 24, 2018

“Deregulating firearms exports risks putting guns in the wrong hands,” The Hill, May 24, 2018

“Rewriting the Second Amendment,” Truthdig, May 24, 2018

“Talk to Girls About the Boys That Might Kill Them,” Yahoo News, May 21, 2018

“Gun lobby backing efforts to boost U.S. firearms exports,” Albany Times Union, May 18, 2018

“US Easing of Gun Export Controls Could Send New Wave of Arms to LatAm,” InSight Crime, May 15, 2018

“Big investors have gunmakers in their sights,” Financial Times, May 13, 2018

“Violence against women is a guns issue, but not the way the NRA wants you to believe,” Salon, May 12, 2018

“Manchester murder-suicide shines light on domestic violence among seniors,” Asbury Park Press, May 10, 2018

“Another couple’s apparent murder-suicide should prompt ‘broken heart’ syndrome for us all,” Chicago Tribune, May 1, 2018

“Police have a ‘very strong’ lead in killing of transgender SC woman,” The State, April 30, 2018

“Connecticut, five other states create gun violence research group,” Connecticut Post, April 26, 2018

“Gerardot-Chapman homicide-suicide defies conventions,” The News-Journal, April 25, 2018

“Main Line murder-suicide case stands out for its rarity,” Philadelphia Inquirer, April 25, 2018

“Miles de armas en manos prohibidas en California,” La Opinion, April 24, 2018

“Missouri has highest black homicide rate, Kansas in top 10,” Associated Press, April 23, 2018

“Missouri tops the nation for high black homicide rate … again,” kbia.org, April 23, 2018

“Nashville mayor calls for ban on assault weapons,” wdam.com, April 23, 2018

“Donald Rowland, Elderly Killer Profiled in RFT Cover Story, Jumps to His Death,” Riverfront Times, April 23, 2018

“Study: Ohio black homicide victimization rate higher than national average,” Portsmouth Daily Times, April 22, 2018

“‘It’s a genocide’ says leader after black homicide study released,” fox59.com, April 22, 2018

“Bill aims to follow Lafourche’s lead in keeping guns from hands of domestic abusers in Louisiana,” The Advocate, April 21, 2018

“In Missouri and Kansas, African Americans are in peril. How can we reduce homicide rates?,” Kansas City Star, April 20, 2018

“NRATV host blames Obama for Parkland shooting, demands apology,” Think Progress, April 20, 2018

“Missouri has the highest African American murder rate in the US,” kplr11.com, April 19, 2018

“Missouri leads nation in black homicide rate, study finds,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 18, 2018

“Missouri yet again has highest black homicide rate; Kansas is in Top 10,” Kansas City Star, April 18, 2018

“Study: Illinois ranks 18th in black homicide victimization,” wrex.com, April 18, 2018

“Violence Policy Center analysis: Wisconsin ranks #2 in the nation for ‘black homicide victimization’,” fox6now.com, April 18, 2018

“Missouri Blacks’ Rate of Homicide Victimization Is Again Highest in U.S.,” Riverfront Times, April 18, 2018

“The Good, The Bad And The Ugly,” Salt Lake City Weekly, April 18, 2018

“Missouri Tops Nation’s Black Homicide Victimization Rate,” The Crime Report, April 18, 2018

“Thank you for shooting: Will the NRA go the way of the tobacco lobby?,” Yahoo News, April 11, 2018

“Troubling statistics about domestic violence in Oklahoma,” The Oklahoman, April 10, 2018

“Why NASCAR’s Texas track won’t give up its tradition of winners celebrating with guns,” USA Today, April 6, 2018

“New York Just Took a Major Step in Addressing the Link Between Domestic Violence and Guns,” The Root, April 3, 2018

“Group holding free domestic violence seminar on April 14 in Sumter,” Sumter Item, April 3, 2018

“How Big Is the NRA? Gun Group’s Membership Might Not Be as Powerful as It Says,” Newsweek, March 30, 2018

“Ruger Board Urges Shareholders to Vote Against Reporting on Gun Safety,” The Young Turks, March 29, 2018

“The Sometimes-Lucrative Practice of Rejecting Grants: Saying “No” to the NRA,” Nonprofit Quarterly, March 29, 2018

“Why black girls are taking a leading role in the fight for gun control,” Vox, March 26, 2018

“Students Have Transformed the American Gun Debate,” The American Prospect, March 25, 2018

“Louisiana law is clear: Abusers shouldn’t have guns,” New Orleans Times-Picayune, March 25, 2018

“Watch 11-Year-Old Naomi Wadler Tell the Media to Stop Ignoring Murdered Women of Color,” Jezebel, March 24, 2018

“Who is Naomi Wadler, the 11-year-old speaker who electrified the March For Our Lives?,” Miami Herald, March 24, 2018

“Thousands converge in Boston for ‘March for Our Lives’ ,” The Huntington News, March 24, 2018

“11-year-old Naomi Wadler honors black female victims of gun violence during March for Our Lives,” abc7.com, March 24, 2018

“New data show the NRA increased online ad spending aggressively after Parkland shooting,” Chicago Tribune, March 23, 2018

“Meet Eddie Eagle, the NRA’s Ineffective Approach to Gun Safety for Children,” Splinter, March 23, 2018

“‘We can actually help’: Domestic violence victims find refuge at Rock Hill agency,” The Herald, March 23, 2018

“Before facts are in, NRA exploits the deadly Great Mills High School shooting,” Think Progress, March 20, 2018

“Arming Teachers Could Hurt Minority Students,” Jacksonville Free Press, March 20, 2018

“The surprising history of the NRA,” The Week, March 18, 2018

“Why Are Schools Still Accepting NRA Money?,” The Nation, March 16, 2018

“European gunmakers flood the US with firearms,” Deutsche Welle, March 14, 2018

“Prosperity Policy: What will it take?,” The Journal Record, March 14, 2018

“The gun problem’s plain to see,” New Jersey Jewish News, March 14, 2018

“How America’s Gun Industry Is Tied To The NRA,” npr.org, March 13, 2018

“Family or Domestic Violence: The Monster Within,” The Charleston Chronicle, March 13, 2018

“How To Donate To Domestic Violence Relief After Watching ‘O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession’,” Bustle, March 11, 2018

“Why let the gun industry off the hook?,” Las Vegas Sun, March 9, 2018

“‘It’s safer than chess’: the high school shooting clubs standing their ground after Parkland,” The Guardian, March 9, 2018

“Why Armed Teachers Means Dead Black Students, Explained,” The Root, March 8, 2018

“Overloaded: Gun violence in America, part 2 of 2,” Adirondack Daily Enterprise, March 8, 2018

“Opening shots: Gun violence in America, part 1 of 2,” Adirondack Daily Enterprise, March 7, 2018

“Sen. Bob Menendez says Second Amendment right shouldn’t include assault rifles,” northjersey.com, March 5, 2018

“Utahns and Mormons need to recalibrate our love of guns,” Salt Lake Tribune, March 5, 2018

“What Is The Boyfriend Loophole? Domestic Abusers Aren’t Totally Barred From Buying Guns,” Bustle, March 3, 2018

“So Much Trump Chaos,” New York Times, March 2, 2018

“Why the NRA doesn’t much care if businesses spurn them,” Washington Post, March 2, 2018

“Yes the culture has changed, but so have our weapons,” Lexington Herald-Leader, March 2, 2018

“Armas letales: cuántos hispanos mueren por día en EEUU,” EFE, March 1, 2018

“Informe: Cada día mueren 8 hispanos por armas de fuego en EEUU,” hispantv.com, March 1, 2018

“Legislation would ensure women in prison receive the care they need,” Kentucky Today, March 1, 2018

“Study: Homicide rate doubles for Hispanics,” Lawndale News, March 1, 2018

“NRA TV: inside the channel activists are urging Apple and Amazon to axe,” The Guardian, March 1, 2018

“Los hispanos también son víctimas de las armas en EE.UU.: más de 3.100 mueren por esta causa cada año,” CNN, February 28, 2018

“Al año mueren 3,100 hispanos por armas de fuego en EEUU,” El Diario, February 28, 2018

“Gun control, student security must be national priority,” Marquette Wire, February 27, 2018

“The NRA spokeswoman keeps saying the pro-gun organization isn’t a political lobbying group — but here’s the truth,” thisisinsider.com, February 26, 2018

“Corcoran’s “Colossally Stupid” Plan to Arm Teachers Will Make Schools Less Safe,” South Florida Caribbean News, February 25, 2018

“Make politicians accountable for gun violence,” Richmond Times Dispatch, February 24, 2018

“Family Justice Center opens new facility to serve Horry and Georgetown domestic violence victims,” wmbfnews.com, February 24, 2018

“No, everything doesn’t happen for a purpose,” The Elmira Star-Gazette, February 23, 2018

“#ArmMeWith: Teachers Lead Opposition to Trump’s Plan to Give Educators Guns,” truth-out.org, February 23, 2018

“President Donald Trump runs with conservative media’s horrible idea of arming teachers,” Media Matters, February 23, 2018

“Trump Says He Never Asked To Arm Teachers, Then Asks To Arm Teachers,” carbonated.tv, February 23, 2018

“Here’s Why the NRA Is So Powerful and Why Gun Control Advocates Have Reason for Hope,” Newsweek, February 22, 2018

“Trump Wants To Put Guns In Schools To Stop Shootings — Here’s Research That Says That’s A Terrible Idea,” romper.com, February 22, 2018

“Here’s How You Can Help The Victims of the Parkland, Florida, School Shooting,” Harpers Bazaar, February 21, 2018

“Trump’s solution to school shootings: More guns in schools,” Think Progress, February 21, 2018

“Here’s Who Takes Money From The NRA In Hawaii,” Honolulu Civil Beat, February 21, 2018

“How to Reduce Shootings,” New York Times, February 20, 2018

“About the Smith & Wesson M&P15 rifle used in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School,” Wisconsin Gazette, February 17, 2018

“Gun Violence and Toxic Masculinity: What Happened in Florida is No Anomaly,” wearyourvoicemag.com, February 15, 2018

“Why do so many people love the AR-15 rifle?,” wxxv25.com, February 15, 2018

“Missouri law lets domestic abusers have guns. Legislators are trying to change that,” Kansas City Star, February 15, 2018

“MSU expert explains state gun deaths ranking,” Starkville Daily News, February 12, 2018

“This year’s slayings are mostly female,” Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, February 11, 2018

“Trump is tone deaf on women’s issues,” Bergen Record, February 10, 2018

“The Trump Administration’s Handling Of Domestic Violence Allegations Is Evidence Of A Larger Problem,” refinery29.com, February 8, 2018

“Program addresses the root of domestic violence,” Las Vegas Sun, February 8, 2018

“Lawmakers seek to close gun loophole,” Blue Mountain Eagle, February 7, 2018

“Words could take guns from Louisiana’s domestic violence offenders,” The Times-Picayune, January 29, 2018

“Alaska remains No. 1 state for firearm deaths,” thenorthernlight.org, January 29, 2018

“‘Crimes that thrive in secrecy’: Group calls for more action on fatal domestic violence,” Billings Gazette, January 27, 2018

“Alabama Near the Top in Gunfire Deaths,” Associated Press, January 22, 2018

“Connecticut a leader in gun safety,” The Republican American, January 21, 2018

“Gun Deaths Increase in Mississippi,” Mississippi Public Broadcasting, January 19, 2018

“Alaska remains No. 1 state for gun deaths,” Juneau Empire, January 18, 2018

“Wisconsin gun death rate climbs since 2008 Supreme Court ruling,” Wisconsin Gazette, January 18, 2018

“New Analysis Shows Increase in Gun Deaths since 2008 Supreme Court Decision,” Human Rights Campaign, January 18, 2018

“Alaska Has Highest Gun Death Rate in Nation, New Analysis Finds,” Alaska Native News, January 18, 2018

“Connecticut among states with lowest rate of gun deaths,” Connecticut News-Times, January 17, 2018

“Blumenthal Statement on Report Showing Decline in Connecticut Gun Deaths,” blumenthal.senate.gov, January 17, 2018

“U.S. gun death rate rises, but CT among lowest in nation,” wtnh.com, January 17, 2018

“New study shows Louisiana third in the nation for highest gun deaths,” knoe.com, January 17, 2018

“Connecticut had fifth-lowest rate of gun deaths in U.S. in 2016,” Connecticut Mirror, January 17, 2018

“Mississippi has 4th highest gun death rate, analysis finds,” wtva.com, January 17, 2018

“Alabama’s gunfire death rate jumps 22 percent in 7 years, according to new report,” al.com, January 17, 2018

“Report: Louisiana, states with lax gun laws have substantially higher gun deaths,” bayoubuzz.com, January 17, 2018

“Family of Fort Mill mom, shot 14 times on a 911 call, hopes to prevent awful loss,” The Herald, January 5, 2018

“Bill filed in Missouri would temporarily seize control of domestic violence offenders’ guns,” fox4kc.com, January 4, 2018

“Nationwide “Shootout” with Concealed Carry Guns,” The Community Word, January 1, 2018

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