News and Events
The public has been denied access to the hearing regarding the potential felony charge for illegal magazines.
Suspect was indicited in January 2022 for the incident last August.
RI is 8th highest state for percentage increase in NICS Checks in 2021 v 2019 comparison.
Because the hearing is closed, court personnel are not allowed to provide any information, including the new date.
Welcome to Kristina Contreras Fox and Jessica Null to the Board of Directors.
Figure includes 5 million children, according to the Dec. 2021 study in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Threat written on wall in girls bathroom.
“We are seizing guns at high volume, record clips.”
Made possible by permissive open-carry and stand your ground laws
Students endure 4 hour lockdown, no gun found.
Gem Barros, Cedric Huntley and Claire Phipps join the team!
Providence Police are investigating.
October 7-29 at Bannister Gallery, RIC. Pre-registration is required for entry, all tickets are free …
RICAGV commissions Providence artist Gem Barros.
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.
Cracking down on straw buyers and prohibiting concealed carry in K-12 schools.
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.
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