Gun violence cannot be abstracted from a broader culture of violence and authoritarianism that calls for more gun ownership, more police, and more national security.
A combination of policy changes and increased safety measures could help reduce the risk of school shootings, says psychology professor Paul Boxer.
In the wake of the Buffalo massacre, scholar-activist Rosa Clemente worries that communities of color will be more heavily policed while White supremacists will continue to access guns freely.
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A Korean-American organizer in Georgia reflects on the Atlanta spa shootings, and how the shooter was motivated by an American legacy of racialized misogyny and fetishization.
Research suggests vigilantism doesn't arise from an absent or weak government, but rather when the very principles that make up a government and its people themselves seem to be changing.
Former U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, a Democrat from Arizona, retired from Congress after she was shot in the head at point-blank range during a congressional event in her district in
Clear goals, consistent strategy, and a sense of personal connection can change public opinion—and the law.
Shotguns often become hand spades, and a weapon like the AR-15 that was used in recent mass shootings has a thicker barrel that suits an afterlife as a mattock.
Most of the center’s clients have been middle-aged people who inherit guns and don’t want them ending up in the wrong hands.
A new program will take listeners beyond the politics of the current gun debate to explore Americans’ relationships with weapons.
Guns are to little boys what sex is to teens. If I wasn’t teaching my children about it, you could bet some other kid on the school bus was.
Three cases in which gun laws were tightened following tragic mass shootings.