The Gun Violence Epidemic with Jami Amo and Kristin Walker
Gun violence and mass shootings in the US are happening at an alarming rate. Jami and Kristin join in an enlightening conversation about the impact of gun violence in America.
Jami Amo is a survivor of the 1999 Columbine shooting and volunteer with The Rebels Project and Orange Wave for Gun Safety in Pennsylvania. She focuses primarily on victim and survivor support, and gun safety policy. Jami is also a contributor to the anthology If I Don’t Make It, I Love You published in September 2019.
Kristin Walker is the founder of the Mental Health News Radio Network.
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