News and Events
RICAGV commissions Providence artist Gem Barros.
We’re looking forward to big wins in the Primary on Thursday, Oct. 5 and the Special Election on Tuesday, Nov. 2!
15 RI cities and towns have experienced at least one gun incident so far in 2021.
Non-suicide gun deaths and injuries have almost doubled in a Jan-July comparison of 2021 vs. 2020.
A co-founder of RICAGV, Linda will retire after nine years of fighting to make RI a safer place.
Hosted by RICAGV and Moms Demand Action RI
Votes for and against prohibiting guns in schools and cracking down on straw buyers, July 2021.
This video from Atty. Gen. Peter Neronha shows why limiting magazine capacity in RI matters.
All five executive officers took the podium in support of gun safety reforms.
Ms. Ofokanski is a co-founder of the Woonsocket Alliance to Champion Hope (WATCH).
Rep. Caldwell is the sponsor of three important gun safety bills.
Sen. Goldin has sponsored bills to limit magazine capacity for years.
Ms. Harris is the Executive Director of the RI Coalition Against Domestic Violence, a CGVPRI founding partner.
Statewide non-suicide gun deaths dramatically increase.
Released May 17, 2021
CGVPRI, 51 members strong, factor heavily into considerations.
By Pete Bilderback, RICAGV Vice Chair
On the fence about gun safety reforms in Rhode Island.
On the fence about gun safety reforms.
On the fence about gun safety reform.
Less than 1/2 mile from Warwick Neck Elementary School.
23.3% increase in comparison of 1st quarter 2021 vs. 1st quarter 2020.
A total of 45 groups united in the fight for common-sense gun bills in the 2021 session.
Thur., April 4, 2021 – doubled match for early donates starts at 6AM!
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