How Can We Move Forward Together to Reduce Gun Violence?

No matter how you feel about guns and gun laws, public discussions to date of how we might reduce gun violence seem to illuminate little more than how polarized our nation can be. Many of us—representing all sides of the issue—are deeply frustrated. In the meantime, each and every day, several hundred Americans are hurt or killed by firearms. Can the divide between the opponents on this set of issues ever be bridged? What is the way forward?

Festival: 2016

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