News and Politics
Four new videos by R.I. students working to change the narrative around gun violence prevention.
At least 22 shell casings were found at the scene of a shooting in Providence late Sunday afternoon.
No injuries were reported, however players, ages 7 to 10, cheerleaders as young as 5, and parents were terrified as the shots rang out while teams were on the field.
The message was loud and clear: RI stands with FAMILIES not State House bosses.
An amazing night of celebration for true Democrats!
Join us as we celebrate amazing growth and achievements so far in 2018!
The second day of the school year ends with another young life cut tragically short.
RICAGV joins with Planned Parenthood RI to urge everyone to vote in the Sept. 12th Primary.
Gun safety reform champions for the 2018 primary and general election.
The suspect was taken into custody shortly after the incident; it is unclear at this point if the victim and the shooter are acquainted.
Hundreds of students rally at the RI State House for common-sense gun safety reforms.
“Gun Barrel Necklace” will be offered in 3 finishes, as well as Sterling Silver.
We celebrate our amazing volunteers and supporters who worked so hard to help us achieve phenomenal growth in the 2018 session.
YES!RI is statewide network that partners with established student groups as well as the RI ACLU to effectively combat gun violence in Rhode Island.
The upset victory of Ocasio-Cortez shows positive momentum for grass-roots organizing and the potential to elect gun-sense candidates.
Legislative success and phenomenal organizational and grassroots growth in 2018.
The General Assembly fails the public for the 4th straight year on The Safe Schools Acts, as well as other common sense gun safety legisation and many family-focused pieces of legislation.
Another great turnout for lobbying lawmakers on The Safe Schools Act.
RICAGV joins with public health officials and law enforcement in opposition to the legalization of stun guns (tazers); these same officials are in support of The Safe Schools Act, which is still being held for study by the Judiciary Committee.
Incredible rally at the Statehouse with 100 students including Providence Student Union and Young Voices!
RI students do it again! Kudos to all the kids who showed up to protest the inaction of the RI legislature for 4 years in a row.
Pawtucket resident, writer and lawyer Liz Abbott’s letter was published in the Providence Journal on April 23, 2018.
RICAGV supporters took action on National Gun Violence Prevention Awareness Day for all victims and their families by canvassing RI Speaker Mattiello’s district in Cranston.
Getting to start with the Youth Engagement Campaign has been an incredible show of the power of RI youth.
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