31: A Giant Temper Tantrum
JJ is joined by JP, who has finally returned, and Joshua Scharff, Legal Counsel and Director of Programs at Brady. Together, the three break down the trend of so-called second amendment “sanctuary cities.”
15: "Accidental" Shootings
All the gun violence prevention news that we could fit in this, a weekly wrap up for the week of October 26th to November 1st.
12: Even in Mr. Roger's Neighborhood
All the gun violence prevention news that we could fit in this, a weekly wrap up for the week of October 20th to October 25th.
11: Killing Kate
Kate Ranta joins JJ and JP in studio to talk about her autobiography, Killing Kate: A Story of Turning Abuse and Tragedy into Transformation and Triumph, becoming a domestic violence and gun violence prevention activist, and what she'd like to see change in the US.
10: There are Lives Being Lost Here
In this podcast, Greg joins JJ and special guest Christian (VP of Policy at Brady) to talk about being a survivor, a community activist, and his work as the National Advocacy Director for the Community Justice Action Fund.
9: From Art to Colin Firth
All the gun violence prevention news that we could fit in this, a weekly wrap up for the week of October 13th to October 19th.
8: Bleeding Out
Thomas Abt is a premier researcher in the area of urban violence, one who focuses on solutions--namely, how can we reduce gun homicide rates by 50% in just eight years.
7: What Are Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs)?
Long time activist, author, and survivor Joan Peterson tells JP and JJ about her long history of being an activist, why extreme risk prevention orders need to be passed into law, why background checks matter, and even how to deal with trolls on the internet.
6: When There Are Good CEOs
This week, we’re talking about CEOs doing the right thing, politicians in Ohio doing the wrong thing, the murders of two young men, the Kansas city bar shooting, and finally, to end on a high note, what you can do this week to push bi-partisan gun violence legislation.
5: How to "Be a Lighthouse"
Kirsten Englund was driving to visit her son in college when she was shot and killed at an overlook on the side of the road. Brady Legal took up Kirsten’s case to seek justice for her family.
3: The Brady Bill
Rep. Coelho talks about when the Brady bill was first introduced, the Bradys’ legacy and the intersection of gun violence prevention and disability rights.
2: Tik Tok Takeover
All the gun violence prevention news that we could fit in this, a weekly wrap up for the week of September 29th to October 5th.
1: Ending Family Fire
Kyleanne Hunter, VP of programs for Brady and US Marine Corp combat veteran, talks with us about the campaign to End Family Fire and how everyone, including gun owners, must be involved to create a future free from gun violence.
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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