ERPO legislation can save lives. We must act now. EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDERS will allow families and law enforcement to petition a court to temporarily suspend a person’s access to firearms if there is documented evidence that an individual is threatening harm to themselves or others by way of dangerous […]

Extreme Risk Protection Order- What you need to know.


91% of Black Homicide Victims in Michigan were Killed with Guns. Michigan has the 7th highest black homicide victimization rate in the nation with a rate of 28.55 per 100,000. That’s nearly 40% higher than the national black homicide victimization rate and 5.5 times the overall homicide rate nationwide—according to […]

MI Ranks #7 for Black Homicide Victimization


Michigan Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence Quarterly Meeting April 2 The MCPGV is hosting a quarterly meeting on April 2nd at the East Lansing Public Library from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. At this meeting, Rep. Julie Brixie will talk about her work on the Gun Violence Prevention Caucus and her […]

MCPGV Meeting



  Ending gun violence takes everyone. Many different voices with the same message. The power of music to reach far and wide has fueled countless important movements in recent decades. Now is the time to turn up the music to turn down the hateful rhetoric that has become the hallmark […]

The Concert Across America






The National Rifle Association’s dream bill is moving through Congress. It pushes concealed carry reciprocity, an extremely dangerous policy that would undermine state efforts to protect residents from gun violence and force every state to abide by the weakest gun laws in the country. Click HERE to sign CREDO’s petition […]

Block the NRA’s Dream Bill – Sign the Petition


Mary Schmich of the Chicago Tribune wrote about Tavon Tanner, one of 24 children 12 or under who have been shot in Chicago this year. He wanted to see the bullet. For weeks, he had felt it, a bump and an ache, lodged just below his left shoulder. Sometimes other […]

Tavon Tanner, a bullet, and what happened on the streets ...