The grassroots DC Project recently returned from its fifth visit to Washington, where its members brought their Second Amendment concerns to lawmakers.

The latest trip included 51 delegates from 48 states and met with legislators from both sides of the aisle. The mission: educate that gun rights are human rights and misguided concepts like gun bans and restrictions don't work. 

The nationwide non-partisan initiative of daughters, mothers, and sisters, believes that education – not legislation – is the key to safety and aims to counter disinformation from the myriad of anti-gun groups, starting at the family level and then taking the message to their communities and to elected legislators. The latest DC trip included no less than 135 meetings and a reception with the Congressional Second Amendment Caucus – co-chaired by outspoken 2A advocates U.S. Reps. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and Thomas Massie (R-KY) – before capping with a rally on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court.

"We built bridges by sharing our personal and emotional stories of violence while emphasizing solutions the firearms industry is spearheading in mental health, school safety, and firearms education," said DC Project Founder Dianna Muller in an email to 

More from Muller on the group and its mission:


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