#Enough Video Series

Posted on: October 2, 2017 Topics: #enough, guns, video series

Videos of the #Enough Series

The School of Public Health produced a four-day video and social media campaign to draw attention to the toxic mix of access to guns and the rhetoric of hate. #Enough



We must act to ensure that a tragedy like Orlando never happens again. The resources below offer options for petitioning Congress and educating your friends and family on the importance of enacting reasonable gun laws and preventing future hate crimes. Let’s make sure that enough is, finally, #enough.

Americans for Responsible Solutions

Gabrielle Gifford’s organization, founded to persuade leaders to stand up for responsible gun laws. Offers scripts for calling Congress, and spreading the word to your friends and family.

American Public Health Association

The APHA has a variety of resources and research on the gun violence epidemic. Participate in the APHA Action Alert: “Tell Congress to pass common-sense measures to reduce gun violence.”

Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

Learn how your state scores on gun laws and gun death rates. Support their campaigns to expand background checks for gun sales and hold gun manufacturers and sellers accountable.


A harrowing look at which states offer lenient gun sales, and which facilitate the trafficking of guns. Sign their petition to support Brady Background Checks.

Everytown for Gun Safety

Everytown’s list of 7 actions you can take to tell Congress that enough is #enough. Check to see if your town’s mayor supports the initiative for common-sense gun laws – call to thank them if they do, or ask them “why not?”

Stop Handgun Violence

Features common-sense measures to limit injury and death from firearms, particularly for gun owners. Gun owners can be part of the solution – check out “Actions at Home.”

Equality Florida

Support EQ in moving forward and providing safe spaces for the Florida community in the wake of this tragedy.

Human Rights Campaign

Join their online vigil to honor the victims of the attack.

Human Rights Watch

Educate yourself on international LGBTQ issues and ways you can act in the fight for LGBTQ rights.


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