The ENOUGH Campaign acknowledges the integral role that racism has played throughout the years in perpetrating gun violence in America. Our group pledges to address racism’s role in gun violence. We pledge to be inclusive in the creation of diverse leadership and in the design of our community events and activities.
The ENOUGH Campaign began immediately in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre of December 14, 2012 by concerned mothers in Southwest Connecticut.
Since our inception, we have held an annual Vigil of Hope to End Gun Violence to inspire people to pledge to honor with action all those killed by gun violence.
The mission of The ENOUGH Campaign is to end gun violence in the city of Stamford, CT and in our surrounding communities, and to support efforts to end gun violence in our state and country.
As a community partner, The ENOUGH Campaign supports and promotes local programs, organizations, and small businesses whose efforts contribute to an end of community violence.
We envision peaceful neighborhoods and safer communities across the country, free from community violence and military-style automatic weapons. We believe families should be able to live their lives free from the fear spawned by an epidemic of gun violence that plagues our neighborhoods.
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