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Episode 4: Joan Peterson on domestic violence, EVPOs, and how to be proactive
Long time activist, author, and survivor Joan Peterson tells JP and JJ about her long history of being an activist, why extreme risk prevention orders need to be passed into law, why background checks matter, and even how to deal with trolls on the internet.
Brady Briefing 2: Bad politicians, good CEOs, and so much more
This week, we’re talking about CEOs doing the right thing, politicians in Ohio doing the wrong thing, the murders of two young men, the Kansas city bar shooting, and finally, to end on a high note, what you can do this week to push bi-partisan gun violence legislation.
Episode 3: Brady's legal team on the Kirsten Englund case, and how to "be a lighthouse"
Kirsten Englund was shot and killed on her way to visit her son in college. Hear about the legal case that sought justice on her behalf.
Episode 2: Ivy Schamis on Parkland, advocacy, and why "guns could have prevented the Holocaust" is nonsense
Meet Ivy Schamis, Marjory Stoneman Douglas teacher, survivor, and fierce advocate for gun violence prevention.
Episode 1: Tony Coelho on the ADA, the Brady Bill, and what happens when you confront the Pope
Representative Tony Coelho, joins us to talk about the Bradys’ legacy and his time as majority whip when the Brady bill was first introduced.
Brady Briefing 1: McConnell, video games, and just a little snark
All the gun violence prevention news that we could fit in this, a weekly wrap up for the week of September 29th to October 5th.
Minisode 1: Kyleanne Hunter on what is family fire, how to end it, and how Forest Gump is surprisingly accurate
Every day, 8 children and teens are unintentionally injured or killed due to family fire — a shooting involving an improperly stored or misused gun in the home that results in death or injury.
Teaser: Introducing Red, Blue, and Brady
Luigi the service dog made it easier for students and teachers to return to Marjory Stoneman Douglas after the shooting. Hear about Luigi from his biggest fan.