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Wilder Research conducted interviews with national messaging experts and white, male, firearm owners in greater Minnesota. Respondents were asked for their suggestions for trusted messengers who could share communications about firearm suicide prevention, suggestions for framing messaging and the types of content that should be shared, safe storage practices, and how they and other firearm owners would respond to a mental health crisis and the barriers that prevent people from intervening in a crisis.
When Men Murder Women is an annual study released by the VPC for Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October. State by state, the study details the circumstances of all reported homicides of women by men in single-victim/single-offender incidents. The study also ranks the states based on their rate of females killed by males. This research is used by state and local advocates to educate the public and policymakers on the realities of domestic violence and promote effective solutions to protect women and children from abusers.
Since 1966, there have been more than 163 mass shootings (in this case defined as 4 or more deaths, not including the perpetrator) in America. All but 3 of those shootings were committed by men.Men make up more than 80% of both perpetrators and victims of gun violence. Men are 3 times more likely than women to own a firearm in America. Out of nearly 40,000 firearm deaths in 2017, men made up 86% of them.