Gabby Giffords: Cynicism Is Not An Option When It Comes to Gun Control
May 12, 2023Rolling Stone
Former Rep. Gabby Giffords marks 10 years of work to stop gun violence
April 26, 2023ABC News
Even gun owners want responsible ‘red flag’ gun laws
April 7, 2023MinnPost
Gabby Giffords returns to Scripps for documentary screening, discussion
March 2, 2023Claremont Courier
Gabby Giffords maintains hope in gun safety battle
February 2, 2023Axios
For Giffords, Progress on Gun Safety Is Like Her Recovery: ‘Inch by Inch’
January 30, 2023New York Times
Former congresswoman Gabby Giffords and Sen. Mark Kelly talk gun violence prevention
January 9, 2023Good Morning America
Gabby Giffords: Why I’m optimistic about reducing gun violence in America
January 8, 2023USA Today
Q&A with Rose Parade Grand Marshal Gabby Giffords
January 2, 2023Pasadena Star News
Gabby Giffords Calls on People to Move Ahead Together in Challenging Times
December 7, 2022The Hollywood Reporter
Gabby Giffords on How Her Dreams Look Different than She Could Have Imagined 12 Years Ago
November 20, 2022CNN
Gabby Giffords Speaks About Life after Her Shooting and the Fight to End Gun Violence
November 19, 2022CNN
CNN Announces Nov. 20 Premiere Date For Life-Affirming Gabby Giffords Doc
November 13, 2022Deadline
Gabby Giffords: We need to come together as Americans for gun safety
October 17, 2022Fox News
Gabby Giffords Named Grand Marshal of 2023 Rose Parade
October 13, 2022Associated Press
Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down premieres in theaters nationwide on July 15. From the directors of RBG and Julia, the film follows Gabby’s courageous journey after surviving a gunshot to the head.
OVERCOMING OBSTACLES, FIGHTING FOR A BETTER FUTURE
No matter the mission, Gabby doesn’t give up. In Congress, she reached across the aisle to find common ground. Over the past decade of her recovery, she’s harnessed the power of practice and perseverance.
Fighting to End Gun Violence
After the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, Gabby said enough was enough. As a national leader on gun violence prevention, she’s working to build the safer future our children deserve. Learn more about how Gabby’s organization, Giffords, is uniting Americans on gun safety and challenging the gun lobby in courthouses and polling places across the nation.
Photo: Cassidy Araiza
Before she was shot, Gabby loved to talk—but aphasia changed how she communicates. For many, the speech disorder can be isolating. That’s why Gabby co-founded the Tucson-based nonprofit Friends of Aphasia. Explore the important work that Friends of Aphasia does to help people with aphasia find the support and community that can make a difference.
Photo: Cassidy Araiza
Music & Physical Therapy
Music, physical therapy, and cycling have been pillars of Gabby’s recovery, providing a source of strength for her mind, body, and spirit. At the annual El Tour de Tucson, friends often say it’s hard to keep up with her on her bike. Support El Tour de Tucson’s mission to give to charity, build community, and promote health and wellness through cycling.
Stopping Anti-Semitism & Hate
Gabby is proudly Jewish and refuses to stay quiet about anti-Semitism. As our country comes to grips with racism and hate, she believes we must stand united against those who would divide us. Join in the Anti-Defamation League’s mission to ensure that everyone is seen as worthy of shared opportunity and a place in the American dream.
YO-YO MA AND GABBY GIFFORDS MAKE MUSIC
Gabby and Yo-Yo Ma recently played the French horn and cello together for the first time. They talked about the healing power of music and shared their hopes for the future of our country. This new video series documents their moments together.
My recovery has taught me that it’s not the setback that defines us, but how we respond to it.Gabby Giffords
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