75: Allison Shaw on the Realities of Living After Gun Violence
Allison Shaw joins Brady to discuss the trauma of suffering and living with a gunshot wound and the activism that can spring from such an injury.
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.
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.
43: If They'd Just Listen
The first episode in our series on racial justice, we talk with gun violence survivors and leaders Aalayah Eastmond and Tatiana Washington.
Teaser: Introducing Red, Blue, and Brady
Hear about the role of service animals after tragedy and the story of Luigi the service dog from one of his biggest fans, Ivy Schamis- survivor and teacher at MSD.
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