The Carter Center worked to mobilize community action against youth firearm violence.
Under the project, named "Not Even One," Community Action Teams (CATs) were formed at demonstration sites in three states (California, New Mexico, and Georgia). CATs included local community members, parents, clergy, and representatives from law enforcement, education, and public health agencies. CATs were to:
The evaluator concluded that:
The Carter Center subsequently proposed shifting responsibilities for data collection from CATs to local public health agencies. RWJF and the Carnegie Corporation of New York declined to support the modification, bringing the project to an end.