54: Are Gun Stores "Essential?"
Brady filed a FOIA request to determine who the Trump administration was really listening to — NIH's Dr. Fauci or the NRA's Wayne LaPierre — when it decided to label gun stores as "essential" businesses under the coronavirus outbreak.
53: 39 Years After the Shooting of Jim Brady
Kris Brown and Jon Lowy talk about the March morning in 1981 that changed the course of history.
52: An Epidemic During a Pandemic
We talk with Mighty Fine of the American Public Health Association (APHA) about how to address our country's gun violence epidemic during the coronavirus pandemic.
51: Fighting Gun Violence While Social Distancing
Brady President Kris Brown talks about how we can prevent gun violence in the time of Covid-19.
50: Guns, COVID-19, and the Risk of Suicide
Dr. Jonathan Singer and Colleen Creighton of the AAS talk about COVID-19 and how we can talk to friends and family about suicide by firearm.
49: Guns at Home and COVID-19
Dr. Kyleanne Hunter talks with gun owner, parent, and PTA leader Leslie LaRue about COVID-19 and how we can talk to friends and family about ensuring guns are being stored safely in homes.
48: Cutting the Knot
Victoria M Rodríguez-Roldán, of National LGBTQ Task Force, talks about mental health, police brutality, racism, transphobia, homophobia, and more.
47: Who is the City Livable For?
We talk with 1Hood's Farooq Al-Said about hip hop, white supremacy, police violence, and more.
46: What's Underneath Those Red Dots
Dr. Joseph Richardson on how gun violence, trauma, and incarceration affect Black boys and young Black men.
45: On the Front Lines
It's the second full-length episode of Brady's series on racial justice, gun violence, and gun violence prevention. JJ and Kelly are joined by Clayton Rosenberg of the Alliance of Concerned Men and Women to talk about racism, gentrification, and gun violence.
44: The World Turned Upside Down
It's the first full-length episode of Brady's series on racial justice, gun violence, and gun violence prevention! JJ and Kelly are joined by Dr. Saul Cornell, to discuss the ways the modern gun debate intersects with the history of race relations in America.
43: If They'd Just Listen
The first episode in our series on racial justice, we talk with gun violence survivors and leaders Aalayah Eastmond and Tatiana Washington.