Why I Started!

Founder, Artivist 
Nikki McComb

I created the #ENOUGH Campaign as a human being living and working in this city who felt helpless in the loss of so many lives by the use of guns. I didn't know what to do but I knew I had to do SOMETHING. As an artist, photogrpahy was the path I chose to share messages of real people and real situations. 

The Campaign has extended to cover other important issues that lead to gun violence and violence as a whole.

Contributing Topics 
Mental Health / Mental Illness
Family Trauma 

Sex Trafficking  


The photo stories are made to raise awareness in these areas:

Remembering forgotten victims taken by gun violence in Minnesota
Prompting people with information being compelled to come forward in unsolved cases
Reaching policy makers and elected officials to support the campaigns efforts
Ensuring community is aware of unsafe gun laws neing authorized within legislation
Reaching those who need help in removing themselves from dangerous living situations or barriers that may have them feeling the need to possess and use illegal weapons in crimes against others
Sharing stories of mental health and other underlying issues that lead to violence
Giving those who suffer from any of the topics of focus a voice to use through art 
LAST BUT NOT LEAST: Giving family members of victims lost to gun crimes a powerful yet wordless way to share their messages, hope, pain and stories through my images.