Our Mission:

Mobilize.

On March 24, kids and families took to the streets to demand that their lives and safety become a priority and that we end gun violence and mass shootings in our schools today. On March 24, the collective voices of the March For Our Lives movement were heard.

Moving forward, we will be pushing for our voices to be heard and taken seriously- our planned "die-in" on April 20th will be our next step! 

Information about the Die In is below.

 
 
 

Contribute

 

sign our petition

Sign our  petition calling the AZ Legislature to pass four basic bills in the house right now. 

STUDENT ORGANIZERS

Become a March For Our Lives Organizer and help to mobilize change.  Start a Walkout. Register Voters. Make Change.

Make a Donation

All donations are tax deductible under our 501c3 non-profit fiscal sponsor, Arizonans For Gun Safety. 

 

 

Walk Outs  &Die In

on April 20th - Meet at the AZ Capitol immediately after classes are out.

Participate in your school's walkout to commemorate 19 years since Columbine- then come to the state capitol after school to push our legislators to keep us safe with actual policy- not the governors 51 page school safety plan of BS. 

We will be meeting to participate in a non-violent, silent, protest by "dying" within the public areas of the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the Governor's office. After we are forced out, we will continue to share our stories in the lawn of the capitol to reminder our lawmakers that we have been impacted by their inaction- and will continue to be until we pass common-sense gun reform.


 

If you Can't attend the Die-IN:

Call your representatives and state senators! As well as request them and the following legislative leaders to not vote for Doug Ducey's School Safety Plan unless it has universal comprehensive background checks and an end to the gun show loophole.  Also, remind them not to arm teachers!

 

find your representative

Use the link above to find your representative - you will have three. Two representatives to the Arizona House and one State Senator

schedule a meeting

Call their office and schedule a meeting with them at the Capitol building. Sign up below to be sent talking points and tips for speaking with your representative.