Gripped by devastating mass shootings across the country, Americans are searching for answers to one of the most critical problems of our time. With cutting edge research that frames the epidemic through the lenses of public health, advocacy, education, community building and policy, Teachers College has assumed a lead role in addressing gun violence in the context of individual and collective activism.
There is no one solution to gun violence, but there are many things we can do to make a difference. Learn about the issues, what you can do as an individual, and what we can do together to prevent gun violence in our schools and communities.
Gripped by devastating mass shootings across the country, Americans are asking, “what can we do?” Advocate to prevent gun violence in this virtual workshop with our experts, using evidence-based solutions to inform political action.
about the proposed bipartisan gun violence prevention package, which would pass the most comprehensive gun violence prevention laws in almost 30 years.
Sonali Rajan, Charles C. Branas, Dawn Myers, Nina Agrawal
Sonali Rajan, Charles C. Branas
Sonali Rajan, Charles C. Branas, Paul M. Reeping, Ariana N. Gobaud
Sonali Rajan, Pilar Bancalari, Marni Sommer
This is one of many ways that TC makes an impact through research, action and advocacy. Sustain the development of educators, mental health professionals and community leaders who play a critical role in the health and vitality of our schools and communities. Thank you in advance for your support.
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