Silent March: Protect Kids. Regulate Guns.

Silent March

Reintroducing the Silent March 2013
Silent March is a nonprofit organization that uses empty shoes, many belonging to victims of gun violence, to graphically illustrate America's preventable epidemic of firearm-related death, injury and trauma.

Silent March is not just a memorial.

It is a call to action demanding that our government act swiftly, intelligently and boldly on this issue, in the interest of saving lives.

Our campaign, launched in the 1990's, again became active after the shootings of 20 elementary school children in Newtown CT, in December, 2012.

Silent March: Protect Kids. Regulate Guns.
To educate Americans about the preventability of gun-related homicide, suicide and homicide, and to use empty shoes to illustrate the aggregate gun death toll in the US