71: The Scary Reality of "Ghost Guns"
Ghost guns have been gaining popularity and power over the last decade. To understand why weapons of this nature present such a threat to public safety, Brady is joined by Steve Lindley and Dr. Kyleanne Hunter.
70: 2020, Guns, and the Insurrectionist Idea
Josh Horowitz joins Brady to talk about how insurrectionism threatens democracy, how Trump's rhetoric is directing a vigilante army through his Twitter feed and press conferences, why racism is present in all of this, and why voting is so important.
69: How Extreme Risk Protection Orders Save Lives
To get to what ERPOs actually are, and how they are used to save lives, JJ is joined by Kelly Sampson, legal counsel at Brady, and Raul Campillo, a San Diego prosecutor, deputy attorney, and member of the city's GVRO unit.
68: the Hidden History of the Jackson State Shooting
Many Americans don't know about the shooting at Jackson State--but they should. Brady is joined by historian and author Dr. Nancy Bristow to talk about why.
67: The Million Mom March: Continuing its Legacy 20 Years Later
In this episode celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Million Mom March, Brady welcomes Kris Brown, Dana Sanchez-Quist, Shikha Hamilton, and Donna Dees-Thomases.
66: Daphne Frias on Activism and the Cost of Care
Daphne Frias joins Brady to talk about the intersection of coronavirus, disability, and gun violence.
65: Tia Bell and the T.R.I.G.G.E.R. Project
Tia Bell joins host JJ to talk about why authentically telling the untold stories of everyday gun violence users to all walks of life is so important, and how to bring compassion to young people who feel invisible.
64: The Dual Threats of Guns and Coronavirus
Right now, xenophobia and guns are posing unique threats to the AAPI community. We talk with Dr. Russell Jeung about why racist and xenophobic rhetoric has the potential to be even deadlier than the coronavirus outbreak.
63: the Risk of Xenophobia, Guns, and Coronavirus
To talk about the threat xenophobia and firearms pose to the AAPI community, we are joined by David Inoue of the JACL to discuss why guns are not the solution to COVID-19 related hate crimes.
62: Activism, School Shootings, and How to Define a Survivor
Colin Goddard and Omar Samaha, survivors of Virginia Tech, join Brady to talk about activism and the definition of a survivor.
61: Virginia Tech and the Gun Show Loophole
Colin Goddard and Omar Samaha, survivors of Virginia Tech, join Brady to talk about that day, activism, and why the gun show loophole persists.
60: Gun Violence Continues, Even During Coronovirus
Tracy Coleman and Burnett McFadden talk about losing multiple children to gun violence in Baltimore, and their work with Millie Brown's organization "Tears of a Mother's Cry."