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.
21: Why Lockdowns are Traumatizing America's Kids
Nancy Kislin, psychotherapist, licensed clinical social worker and a professor with over 28 years of experience calls in to talk about why lockdowns, which are meant to help students prepare in case of a shooting, are in fact damaging to the mental health of students.
Episode 18: Elections and Anniversaries
Our weekly wrap-up on gun violence prevention news.
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.
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.
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.
Brady Condemns Ohio Governor’s Proposals to Address Gun Violence as Insufficient
Brady Responds to Shooting of Nine People at Kansas City, KS, Bar in Latinx Neighborhood
Two Years After Route 91 Mass Shooting, Nevada Judge Allows Class Action Suit on Behalf of Victims
Brady Commends Democratic Presidential Candidates for Supporting Gun Reform and Echos Call for a Simple Majority Vote in U.S. Senate
Brady Applauds Federal Appeals Court Decision as a Step Toward Justice for Charleston Families
Brady Applauds Walmart On Stopping Sales of Ammunition for Assault Weapons
Brady Responds to Mass Shootings in Odessa, Texas, and Mobile, Alabama
Back-to-School Results in First Mass Shooting
Brady Calls on American Public to Help End Gun Violence Through Safe Storage
Spate of Mass Shootings Continues in Dayton, Ohio
Brady Responds to Governor Comments About El Paso Shooting
Brady Reacts to Deadly Shooting at El Paso Mall
Brady Statement on Coast to Coast Shootings from Brooklyn to Gilroy
Four People Killed in Shooting Spree in San Fernando Valley, and No One is Talking About It
“Cowards” - Brady Condemns Leadership’s Refusal to Take Action During Virginia Special Session
Ahead of Virginia Special Session, Brady Urges Floor Vote on Gun Safety Bills
Brady Applauds Call for Emergency Legislative Session Following Virginia Beach Shooting
Brady Statement on Virginia Beach Shooting
Brady Statement on Chabad of Poway Shooting on Final Day of Passover
Victory in Gun Dealer Lawsuit: Global $2 Million Settlement Reached With Gun Dealer Who Transferred Firearms Used in Excel Industries Mass Shooting
On Eve of Shooting Anniversaries, Communities Join in Support of Those Impacted by Gun Violence
Brady Applauds New Zealand Leaders for Taking Action, Not Sides
Statement on Henry Pratt Company Shooting
Brady Campaign Statement on Annapolis Shooting
Brady Campaign Statement on Trenton Arts Festival Shooting
Brady Campaign Criticizes Gov. Abbott School Safety Plan after Santa Fe Shooting
Brady Campaign Statement on Santa Fe High School Shooting
Brady Campaign Responds to Developments in Nashville Waffle House Shooting
Brady Campaign Statement on Nashville Waffle House Shooting
Victory in Brady Center Lawsuit Against Gun Website for Gun Sale Used in Mass Shooting At Wisconsin Spa
Brady Campaign Reacts to Poll Showing Majority of Teens Fear School Shootings
Brady Campaign Statement on Shooting at YouTube Headquarters
Brady Campaign Statement on Great Mills High School Shooting
Lawsuit Filed Against Kansas Pawn Shop over Semi-Automatic Assault Rifle Used in Workplace Mass Shooting
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence Responds to Tragic School Shooting in Parkland, Florida
Brady Statement on Florida High School Shooting
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence Statement on the Marshall County High School Shooting
Brady Center Responds To Shooting in California
New Military Information Confirms Texas Shooter Not Allowed to Purchase or Own Guns
Brady Investigates How Man Who Killed 26 in Texas Church Was Able to Purchase Firearms Given History of Violence and Conviction on Domestic Assault Charges
Mass Shooting in a Texas Church
BRADY CAMPAIGN STATEMENT ON TENNESSEE CHURCH SHOOTING
BRADY CAMPAIGN STATEMENT ON BOWLING GREEN MASSACRE
BRADY CAMPAIGN STATEMENT ON FT. LAUDERDALE AIRPORT SHOOTING
BRADY CAMPAIGN STATEMENT ON FORT MYERS MASS SHOOTING
BRADY CAMPAIGN RESPONDS TO DEADLIEST MASS SHOOTING IN AMERICAN HISTORY
BRADY CAMPAIGN STATEMENT ON COLORADO SPRINGS SHOOTING
Brady President Statement on Mass Shooting at Lafayette Movie Theater
On the Charleston Mass Shooting Incident: Statement by the Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence
Mass Shooting in Mesa and Arizona's Loosest Gun Laws in the Nation
Statement from Dan Gross, president of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence on Marysville, WA High School Shooting
Brady Campaign Mourns Victims of Mass Shooting at Navy Yard
Brady Campaign Statement on Shooting at Santa Monica College
We Stand With Newtown
Amanda Wilcox: Extreme Risk Laws Might Have Saved My Daughter's Life
Parkland Survivor and Team ENOUGH Leader Aalayah Eastmond Testifies Before Congress
Aalayah Eastmond's Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee
Why I Honor with Action: For My Daughter, Laura Wilcox
Gun Dealer Held Accountable for Arming Shooters in DC Sniper Case
Brady held a gun dealer accountable for supplying firearms to the shooters who killed 17 people and injured seven others in the DC sniper attacks.
Online Gun Sellers Supply Firearms Used in Shooting Rampage
Brady filed suit in case where prohibited person with domestic violence restraining order went on a shooting rampage at his wife’s workplace with firearm obtained through ArmsList.
Las Vegas: Uncovering the Truth About Bump Stocks
Lawsuit filed against Slide Fire Solutions, which invented bump stocks and claims its main purpose is to assist those with limited hand mobility, as its founder boasts of its mimicry of automatic gun fire.
Amicus Brief Challenges the Charleston Loophole
Following the devastating Charleston church shooting Brady filed an amicus brief before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals seeking to close a loophole that allowed the shooting to obtain the firearm used in the shooting.
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