President Trump wants social media companies to develop the tools to catch red flags. But this isn’t Minority Report. Following the horrific mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton over the weekend, President
In an exclusive first shared with Cosmopolitan.com, the organization details how the hate groups feed off each other, plus recommendations on how to stem the tide. The unsettling rise of radical misogynist
One Year Ago, My Daughter, Heather Heyer, Was Killed in Charlottesville Fighting Against Hate. Now It's My Fight Too.
Susan Bro reflects on what she’s learned about speaking out against hatred and advocating for social justice. On August 11, 2017, I was a bookkeeper in a small county office as a state employee. My life
Anne Marie Hochhalter was a high school junior when she was shot in the back at Columbine High School in 1999. No one expected her to survive. The first bullet paralyzed her, and the second ripped through
Every year since it started in 2014, I've gone to the Route 91 country music festival in my hometown of Las Vegas. But this year was going to be special. It was the first time I would being going to the
We Asked Young People at the March “What’s Your Experience With Guns?” Here Are Their Emotional Responses
Across the country this weekend, hundreds of thousands of people turned out to their local March For Our Lives to fight for gun control. Many of them were moved by decades of frequent mass shootings and
Jaclyn Corin's classmates were murdered in a massive school shooting. She promised to vote—and did. On October 27, the day I turned 18, I walked into my local polling place, a recreation center in Parkland,
For two decades, Salli Garrigan didn't think her story mattered—until Parkland. Salli Garrigan, a 36-year-old mother of two, was a junior at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, when two shooters
They're trained to target and take down shooters in an active fire situation. You've probably heard of schools calling in therapy dogs after a shooting or another tragic event in order to comfort students.