About this Campaign
Campaign Update: On February 23, Chubb publically announced that they would no cease underwriting the NRA’s Carry Guard murder insurance as soon as their contract allowed. On February 26, Lockton joined them and announced they would stop brokering all NRA insurance policies. With Lockton’s decision to no longer broker the policy, and Chubb’s decision to no longer under write it, Carry Guard will end unless another insurer decides to assume the risks Lockton and Chubb found too risky and contriversal.
This cynical insurance plan is specifically designed to protect “Stand Your Ground” murderers like George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin’s killer. NRA Carry Guard provides coverage for criminal legal defense, firearm replacement, clean up costs, payouts to bail companies, and a 24-hour legal hotline to provide shooters with guidance in how to avoid prosecution.
Guns Down and Color Of Change are partnering to speak out against Chubb and Lockton for supporting the NRA and profiting from NRA Carry Guard. Add your name and stand with us.
“Stand Your Ground” laws have caused gun murders to skyrocket – and are radically skewed toward protecting white shooters who kill black victims. NRA Carry Guard turns this racist reality into profit.
Lockton Affinity, which created and sells NRA Carry Guard insurance, and Chubb Insurance, which underwrites the policies and takes a profit, are perpetuating fear of minorities and immigrants, and by offering special protections to gun owners who shoot first and ask questions later, these insurance companies are promoting gun violence.
Tell Chubb and Lockton to cut their ties with the NRA and Stop Selling Murder Insurance.
Color Of Change is the nation’s largest online racial justice organization. We help people respond effectively to injustice in the world around us. As a national online force driven by over one million members, we move decision-makers in corporations and government to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.
Guns Down is fighting back against the National Rifle Association and the gun lobby with the simple premise that our communities are safer with fewer guns. If we’re serious about saving lives, we need to build a bolder, broader movement that finally tackles the problem at its core.