Learn more about guns in the home, gun violence and policy and how to help the people features in the "20/20" special "If I Only Had a Gun."
How to Anonymously Report Gun Threats and Talk About Guns in the Community:
To anonymously report a suspicion of a gun threat in your school, call 866-SPEAK-UP (1-866-773-2587)
How to Help Damon Weaver Fight Gun Violence:
Damon Weaver reported on his hometown of Pahokee, Fla., a community torn by gang violence.
Street Beat: Street Beat provides a message of hope and self-determination through the challenging programs of its studios such as dance, music and drama. Street Beat enables young people to develop the life skills necessary to succeed at school, within the family and at the community and job level.
Pahokee Parks and Recreation Department: The Parks and Recreation Department offers after-school programs for kids from kindergarten to high school to give them a safe place to play after school.
Phone: 561-924 - 2972
How to Help Omar Samaha Fight Gun Violence:
Omar Samaha's sister was killed in the Virginia Tech school shooting.
Angel Fund: The Angel Fund web site honors the memory of Reema Samaha and explores those issues that contributed to the tragedy at Virginia Tech on April 16, 2007.
Students for Gun Free Schools: Omar launched an online campaign about the dangers of guns on campus.
Protest Easy Guns: This group works to promote stricter gun laws and supports background checks for gun purchases and keeping guns out of the hands of criminals, dangerous individuals, and people not capable of handling a gun responsibly.
More Information About Gun Violence and Policy:
New Jersey Firearms Academy: This shooting range and school teaches young people about gun safety and offers a wide range of other training up to and including law enforcement training.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics of the U.S. Department of Justice
The Firearm and Injury Center at the University of Pennsylvania
The Harvard Injury Control Research Center at the Harvard School of Public Health
The Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health