87: Decolonizing the Vote with Christine Nobiss
To unpack a long history of mistreatment, firearms, and disenfranchisement in the Native community--and the fight to get out the vote--Brady is joined Sikowis aka Christine Nobiss with Great Plains Action Society.
86: Voting Across Communities with Latinos for Democracy
Brady is joined by Michelle Zuluaga with Latinos for Democracy to discuss gun violence and democracy.
85: The Tale of Two Americas--Eyes on Kenosha
Brady's legal and grassroots advocacy experts convene to discuss what happened in Kenosha--and what it means.
84: Voting Access Saves Lives
Brady is joined Robert Schentrup to detail the "Voting Access Saves Lives" program, which is aimed at improving access to the US electoral system.
83: Gun Violence is a Democracy Issue
Brady talks to Stasha M. Rhodes, a Campaign Director of 51 for 51, about how democracy is a gun violence issue.
82: Who, and What, are Boogaloo Bois?
Brady talks to Jason Wilson, an investigative journalist who tracks extremist movements, all about who the Boogaloo Bois are — and what they want.
81: What is Gun Liability Insurance?
What is gun liability insurance, and why does it matter? Brady is joined by expert Peter Kochenburger to break it all down.
80: Not Above the Law: NY Attorney General Files Suit to Dissolve NRA
Brady discusses New York Attorney General Letitia James’ announcement that she has filed a complaint in the Supreme Court of New York that includes 18 causes of action against the NRA
79: Marching for Gun Violence Prevention in the Time of Covid-19
Brady joins Concerned Citizens DC and Team Enough as they march in DC to prevent gun violence.
78: What's Behind "Fatal Encounters"
Brady is joined by D. Brian Burghart, a journalist who is the founder and executive director of Fatal Encounters, a project devoted to creating a comprehensive national database of people who are killed through interactions with police.
77: Police Reform, Public Safety, and Gun Violence Prevention
Dwayne Crawford, Executive Director of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), and Clayton Rosenberg, Chief of Staff for the Alliance of Concerned Men, join Brady for a discussion about police reform, public safety, and gun violence prevention.
76: The Fight for D.C. Statehood and Gun Violence Prevention
Brady is joined by organizers with 51 for 51 and Concerned Citizens to talk about the fight for DC statehood, the people leading the charge, and what the capital becoming the 51st state would mean for gun violence prevention.