"Looking back, I can’t believe how easily the abuse kind of became normal for me," says Michelle Jankowski.
Gun Violence Left a Mark on His Childhood. He Says People Like Him Should Lead Efforts to Reduce It.
The shooting of a friend forced Marco Vargas to acknowledge his own gun-related trauma — and to start training other young activists in South Central LA.
Only 15 people turned over their firearms, according to a watchdog report, despite a state law that requires them to be disarmed.
The coronavirus pandemic has inspired grassroots efforts to promote safe gun storage.
He’s a Doctor Who Never Felt Drawn to Politics. Treating Shooting Victims and Coronavirus Patients Changed That.
Brian Williams relocated to Chicago to focus his work on gun violence victims. Now he spends half his time treating coronavirus patients, while grappling with the role that race plays in both crises.
The surge in firearm sales has posed new challenges for Michael Cargill, a gun store owner and safety advocate who tries to screen each new buyer.
Widespread economic strain, a surge in firearm sales, and social distancing could have grave consequences for victims of intimate partner abuse, experts warn.
Even in small-town Ohio, keeping students safe requires constant vigilance — and special attention to the risks posed by firearms.
How a survivor of domestic violence, now working as a cop in the bayou, made her small community a model for the rest of the country.
“There’s just so much less forethought to pulling a trigger.”