100: Finding Hope, and Helpers, in Gun Violence Prevention
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Mr. Rogers said: "Always look for the helpers." In this live episode, hosts Kelly and JJ speak with Brady President Kris Brown, Parkland father and author Fred Guttenberg, Dr. Dana Winters of the Fred Rogers Center, and Clayton Rosenberg of the Alliance of Concerned Men, to talk about how we can all "find the helpers" in the face of violence and uncertain times. Together we’re bringing you something a little bit different for our 100th episode--a conversation not just on gun violence, but on how each of our guests have been helped in their journeys of activism, and how we all can be helpers ourselves.
This episode is dedicated to Lorraine Marie Thomas.
Mentioned in this podcast:
- Find the Helpers: What 9/11 and Parkland Taught Me About Recovery, Purpose, and Hope (Fred Guttenberg)
- Fred Rogers, understated champion of radical kindness (Washington Post)
- Cure the Streets (Alliance of Concerned Men)