165: The Origins and Implications of the Insurrection
To discuss what truly led to the insurrection, what the 1/6 attack meant, and where America stands today, Brady President Kris Brown is joined by Jenna Ben-Yehuda of the Truman Center and Truman Project, and Shira Goodman of the Anti-Defamation League.
164: How To Turn Outrage Over Gun Violence Into Action
Senator Chris Murphy and Team Enough Executive Council member Simone Paradis discuss their activism in the wake of Sandy Hook, how to fight the filibuster, and how gun violence prevention is too important to give up on.
163: Responding to the Oxford High School Shooting with Prosecutors Against Gun Violence
To discuss what responsibility parents and guardians take on when they bring a firearm into the home, and what we all can do to help make our communities safer, Brady is joined by DA Darcel Clark, co-chair of Prosecutors Against Gun Violence.
162: How Military Members -- and Communities -- Can Help Prevent Firearm Suicide
Every day in the US, about 17 veterans die by suicide, and 12 of those veterans die from a self-inflicted firearm injury. Dr. Carla Stumpf Patton of TAPS joins to discuss how to better understand this loss, how to help the bereaved with their grief, and to prevent other suicides
161: Two Parents Share How Safe Firearm Storage Could Have Saved Their Son's Life
Mike and Kristin Song were catapulted into gun violence activism after their son, Ethan, was killed by an unsecured firearm while visiting a friend. They join Brady to discuss Ethan's life, the importance of safe storage, and how legislation like Ethan's Law can save lives.
160: Why It's Okay Not to Be Okay After Loss
Survivors of gun violence are often left having to manage a double burden -- not just their loss, but people's reaction to that loss. To learn how to better support the survivors in our lives, as well as how to deal with our own grief, we're joined by grief expert Megan Devine.
159: When Your Grief After a Shooting Is Public
Grief is complex, and personal -- but sadly for many who have lost loved ones to gun violence, their loss is made public. How do you deal with grief when your loss is national news? When the reason you are in mourning is trending on twitter?
158: There Is No Such Thing As Grieving Wrong After Losing a Loved One to Gun Violence
100 people a day die from gun violence in the US. They leave behind hundreds of family, friends, and community members, who then must struggle to manage grief and mourning. To discuss how to do that, Brady is joined by J. Nicole Jones, the Grief Bully.
157: "Service Never Stops" — Veterans Preventing Gun Suicide
America’s deadliest shootings are the ones we rarely talk about: Over half of all gun deaths are suicides. This crisis has an outsized impact on the veteran community, with 63 veterans dying by suicide each day.
156: Going Inside the Downfall of the NRA with Tim Mak, Author of "Misfire
Private planes. Thousand dollar suits. Yachts. Russian spies. And a lie — that the solution to gun violence was just "a good guy with a gun." How did the NRA become what it is today — and why is Wayne LaPierre so important to that transformation?
155: Coach Steve Kerr on How We Can All Fight to Prevent Gun Violence
Coach Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors discusses survivorship, how he came to be publicly involved in gun violence prevention efforts, why generation Z may save us all, and how we can all better fight for gun violence prevention.
154: Blood in the Water: Gun Violence, Policing, Media Representations, and Truth
Policies can either prevent gun violence and reduce racial inequities— or exacerbate both—that is why we must reckon with racism’s role in gun violence as we craft solutions today. Join us to discuss how things have gone amiss in the past, and how we can do better in the future.