Photo Gallery

  • Vice President, Kamala Harris and Paul Friedman

Paul Friedman and VP Kamala Harris at the June 2 Gun Violence Awareness Day event at the John R. Lewis High School in Springfield, VA, where she spoke. Paul is wearing his Safer Country baseball cap with the message, “Prevent A Gun Tragedy – SPEAK UP”

  • Paul Friedman and CT Sen. Dick Blumenthal in the Rayburn House Office Building.

  • Paul Friedman and actor Bryan Cranston at Yankee Stadium

  • Paul Friedman and MSNBC Analyst Glenn Kirschner at a private home in Fairfax County at a fundraiser for a nonpartisan School Board candidate.

  • Paul Friedman and VA State Del. Dan Helmer

Recent Photos of Safer Country Executive Director, Paul Friedman

  • Actor Alex Brightman, a star of “The Shark is Broken”

  • Actor Amir Arison of “The Blacklist”

  • Actor Christian Slater

Opening Night on Broadway at “The Shark is Broken”

  • Paul Friedman with Angela Ferrell-Zabala, Moms Demand Action Executive Director

  • Paul Friedman with Chris Murphy, US Senator (CT)

  • Paul Friedman with Rep. Lucy McBath

President Joe Biden addressed gun safety legislation in a packed Lincoln Theater at the University of Hartford June 16, as a crowd of nearly 700 people—including legislators from across the country—convened for an all-day summit.  Learn more about the event.

Recent photos of the Paul and the Safer Country Team

We are pleased to have the support of legendary singer Judy Collins. At her January 8 performance at The Birchmere in Alexandria she invited Safer Country to have an information table, she took a photo with Paul, and she gave us a shout out during the show and encouraged people to meet our team after the show was over.

‎Our message “Prevent A Gun Tragedy – Speak Up!” has been adopted by Fairfax County, VA.

Informal media event at the Government Center on September 20, 2022, to promote the Red Flag gun law initiative. There are now 344 Connector buses with the sign depicted in the photos. They direct people to critical information via QR codes, a webpage, and more.

Talk Back in NYC

‘Church and State’ Play Reading and Talk Back