Wear Orange Flagstaff

Join Flagstaff volunteers of Moms Demand Action in Heritage Square to mark Wear Orange Weekend and National Gun Violence Awareness Day on June 1st. Look for the white canopy with orange balloons! At 5:15 Mayor Coral Evans will speak and deliver a proclamation. Our group will be tabling, and there will be photo frame opportunities […]

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Significant Policy Statements from Arizona Democrats in the Legislature

We need more Democrats in the Arizona legislature to work on policies like these: “Nothing this administration hopes to gain from this draconian policy is worth the cost to a child who now must live in fear of never seeing his or her parents again.” Excerpt from AZ House Democrats’ letter to Department of Human Services […]

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Coconino Voices: Constitution, in context, limits right to bear arms

Excerpts:   The NRA has previously provided and could continue their valuable service of teaching adolescents and adults how to safely handle firearms. The NRA can educate young adults that firearms are not play toys, should only be used on a human perpetrator when necessary to protect other human life, and that despite the attractiveness of […]

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Say “No” to NRA Convention in Flagstaff

A group of concerned citizens has organized a demonstration to protest the National Rifle Association event at the High Country Conference Center in Flagstaff on May 5. The event will begin with a march from Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel, 224 S. Kendrick, to the conference center where demonstrators will peacefully hold signs letting people who […]

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Film: Making a Killing Hosted by Moms Demand Action

Moms Demand Action will be hosting a screening of Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, and The NRA a Robert Greenwald film which features personal stories from people across the country who have been affected by gun violence, including survivors and victims’ families. The film exposes how the powerful gun companies and the NRA are resisting […]

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Assault weapons have no place

Having lived in Alaska for nearly 30 years, I am well aware of the type of weapons used to kill game. Hunting is a way of life for many urban Alaskans as well as rural residents. Most hunters are responsible in their use of guns and their safe storage. The right to own guns is […]

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Rally and March for Our Lives – Sedona

RALLY AND MARCH FOR SCHOOL SAFETY SATURDAY MARCH 24 AT 2:30 PM March For Our Lives has announced that over 400 marches will take place around the country and other world cities in support of youth marching on Washington D.C. on March 24th, demanding safety from gun violence in their schools.  A local rally and march, […]

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March for Our Lives — Flagstaff

Join local students on March 24th at City Hall, in a March/rally for common sense gun laws and safer schools. Bring a sign; bring yourself and your friends. This is a student-led rally in solidarity with Parkland, Florida students. Let the organizers know if you are interested in speaking. They would love more student speakers! […]

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Mom’s Demand Action Monthly Event

Flagstaff volunteers of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America will hold a membership meetup. This is a great time to join us as we prepare to show up and speak up @ the Capitol. Learn how to use your voice to fight for common sense gun laws. RSVP here: http://act.everytown.org/event/moms-demand-action-event/8562/signup/?akid&zip&source=tmno_events-keyword Mothers, aunts, uncles, grandmas, […]

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Guns and Schools: Policy After Parkland

This forum is sponsored by the NAU Young Democrats and the Coconino County Democratic Party. There will be a panel of Community Leaders including Mayor Coral Evans, County Attorney Bill Ring, State Senate candidate Wade Carlisle, State House candidates Felicia French and Bobby Tyler, Flagstaff City Council member Jamie Whalen as well as a representative […]

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