Katherine Schweit thinks people don’t realize how much power they have to prevent mass shootings.
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Gun rampages do more than kill and injure. They also damage Americans’ communal life. Yale sociologist Vida Bajc analyzes the aftershocks.
Reverend Deanna Hollas is being touted as the country’s first minister of gun violence prevention. "We’re called to care about everybody and every child," she said.
After the shooting, Frank DeAngelis made a vow to rebuild his school. Now he’s coaching administrators who have endured tragedies of their own.
We talked to author Alex Kotlowitz about what’s changed, and what hasn’t, in his city over the past 30 years.
Shootings fell again in 2018. An expert unpacks the possible causes, and explains why the city still has a long way to go.
Tamika Mallory says the gun group is “waging war against protesters.”
An ATF Special Agent on Joining Forces With the NYPD, How Tech Is Solving Armed Robberies, and the Case He’ll Never Forget
Andrew Boss leads a 17-person task force based in the Bronx.
But a leading expert on the politics of guns still sees constraints to the group’s most radical policy goals.
“These tools are not replacing people,” says Deputy Chief Jonathan Lewin, “but they improve our capacity to do our job."