CALL FOR A TOWN HALL TO ADDRESS GUN VIOLENCE
First, you can attend a town hall of one of your elected officials and ask them what they’re doing to protect their constituents from gun violence. Organize a group to attend with you so you can all have a chance to make your voice heard and demand your lawmakers take action to curb gun violence. Find out when your members of Congress will be in your state on recess this summer and if they’re hosting a town hall. Organize your friends or local March for Our Lives chapter to attend and ask them what they’re doing to save lives.
If your elected officials are too afraid of their own constituents to host a town hall, organize one of your own. The Town Hall Project (in partnership with MFOL!) have great guides on how to hold your own town hall to discuss what your community can do to reduce the risk of gun violence both locally and nationwide.