Voices of change The Great Gun Debate
As a grieving community struggles to heal months after a gunman murdered and maimed 34 people in Parkland, outraged voices continue to create a space to discuss the change needed to stop the carnage. Some target the National Rifle Association and the Second Amendment, advocating for gun restrictions and bans on automatic weapons. Others say the answer is to harden schools and hold those in power accountable for breakdowns in the system. As the Great Gun Debate has raged on, more innocents have died in mass shootings at a school in Texas, a newspaper in Maryland, a synagogue in Pittsburgh, a bar in California.