The Brady Report is published four times a year and provides insight into the important work that the Brady Campaign and Center along with its advocates from across America are doing to cut gun deaths in half by 2025.
As the only national gun violence prevention organization to ever pass federal gun safety legislation that has made all Americans safer, the Brady Campaign knows what it takes to win the fight against gun violence.
Because of your support and the diligence of Brady's legal team and our partners, we've won a huge victory against the gun lobby in Wollschlaeger v. Scott — the case widely known as the "Florida Gag Rule."
2016 was a year of ups and downs. This issue highlights some of the progress we've made during the year.
So much has happened since our last issue of The Brady Report. We witnessed the most appalling mass shooting in U.S. history to date, when 102 people were shot, with 49 killed, by a terrorist gunman at a LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
In this issue of The Brady Report, you’ll see many opportunities to help realize our shared dream of a safer America.
For years, we’ve been saying that America must reach a collective “tipping point” in order for us to end this nation’s epidemic of gun violence.
I speak with people every day — moms and dads, law enforcement officers, students, elected officials, people from all walks of life — who are frustrated and angry about gun violence in our country. I understand why.
On the morning of Friday, April 3, Sarah Brady left this life to join her beloved husband Jim “Bear” Brady.
On December 14, 2014, the bell at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC chimed for a haunting three minutes — one minute for every 10,000 lives lost to gun violence in America last year.
On Friday, October 10, 2014, our dear friend, former White House Press Secretary, Brady Campaign founder and champion for gun violence prevention, Jim ‘Bear’ Brady was honored at a special memorial service at the Newseum.