Previously known as the Gun Violence Prevention Network, in 2013 this was the first intentional and national effort to reach out to young people on the issue of gun violence. At the 2016 third annual Fight4AFuture Summit, we rebranded the Gun Violence Prevention Network to the Fight4AFuture Network, as we make an intentional effort to incorporate criminal justice reform in our work.

Do you want to make a difference in your community? Do you care about issues like gun violence prevention, criminal justice reform, and community investment? Then join the Fight4AFuture network and connect with a world of activists, elected officials, advocacy organizations, and more who are dedicated to creating change.

The Generation Progress Fight4AFuture Network is a network of people passionate about gun violence prevention and criminal justice reform. Our movement is:

  • Inclusive, diverse, and sensitive to the urgent needs of communities most impacted by violence and inequality
  • Led by young people who are motivated to address violence and inequality at the root
  • Not willing to trade away genuine security for the appearance of safety
  • Committed to uplifting the vitality and power of communities fighting against violence and inequality, not just their struggles

Join a movement of activists, artists, students, elected officials, young professionals, and more from around the country who are passionate about making our communities safer and more equal!



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