We’re the cofounders of the March For Our Lives. The threat of gun violence has plummeted at schools — but it’s risen at home.

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Delaney Tarr and Tyah Amoy-Roberts, two co-Founders of March For Our Lives, said the pandemic has a double-edged irony on gun safety. March was the first month in 18 years the US hasn’t experienced a school shooting. But gun violence has now become a threat at home — gun purchases are up by nearly 85% since 2019. The fight for a world free of gun violence has moved online with OUR POWER, March for Our Lives’ digital space. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

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