It’s been nearly two decades since two gunmen stormed Columbine High School and ended the lives of 13 people. As the 20th anniversary of the Columbine Massacre approaches, Colorado high school students are sending a powerful message via Stickers, in the hope of ending gun violence across the country. Join the Campaign!
We’ve become numb to the stats. Orlando 49, Vegas 59, Parkland 17 — numbers that lack humanity. And progress isn’t made through censorship. It’s made when we see humanity at its worst, and together, bring out our best. Because in order to find a solution, we have to see the problem. Even if it’s hard to face.
The ID Sticker
When you sign up for a driver’s license you’re asked if you’d like to be an organ donor.
#MyLastShot stickers work similarly. By ordering or printing a sticker and adding it to a personal item, you’re letting the world know that you’d like to donate the photos of your death should you die from gun violence at the hands of another person.
While IDs are the preferred placement of this sticker, you’re encouraged to put it on any item you keep on your person, such as a phone or student ID.
By pledging to share your photo, and presenting the world with the harsh reality of gun violence, you have an opportunity to create change through opening up a new dialogue on this issue.
This pledge sticker is a part of the #MyLastShot movement that lets others know your intentions in the event you die from gun-violence. This pledge sticker is a part of the #MyLastShot movement that lets others know your intentions in the event you die from gun-violence. Available Here!