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    #ENOUGH IS A NATIONWIDE EFFORT

    We are proud to collaborate with amazing organizations. Together, we will work to empower teens all across America to use their voice to end gun violence.

    2020 SPONSORS

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    2020 PROMOTIONAL PARTNERS

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    VIEW THE 2020 PLAYS

    Explore this year's collection of plays that reveal the many dimensions of gun violence in America and the young playwrights who wrote them. 

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    CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

    Fall 2021

    Students in grades 6-12 write short plays on the topic of gun violence.

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    NATIONWIDE READING

    Spring 2022

    #ENOUGH plays are read in simultaneous readings across the country.

    PROJECTS BY OUR PARTNERS

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    The Soul Box Project collects and exhibits thousands of hand-folded origami boxes to raise awareness of the U.S. gunfire epidemic. Each Soul Box holds space for one life lost or injured by gun violence, defense, accident or suicide. Participants MAKE A BOX  to hold space for a life lost or torn apart by gun violence and SEND IT IN to join thousands of Soul Boxes in public exhibits where the number of victims is seen and felt. 

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    SHOT We The People (SWTP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to turning the page on how we communicate about gun violence in America.
    SWTP is currently in the process of gathering original artwork from grammar, junior-high and high-schools across the country - powerful imagery and statements by those who have experienced as well as those who fear the threat of gun violence in their daily lives.

    #ENOUGH is proud to highlight the following ARTIVISM (art + activism) projects also confronting gun violence. Deepen your #ENOUGH experience and broaden your community's engagement by exploring these innovative responses to gun violence.

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