A major challenge in the effort to address gun violence is cultivating the ability to listen and discuss issues across a cultural divide.  Each week, there are events that remind us of gun violence issues that require the collaborative development of harm-reducing measures by Americans from across the political spectrum.  […]

Can We Talk? Dividing Lines & Limiting Gun Violence

During the final days of June each year, the U.S. Supreme Court announces its remaining decisions for the annual term that runs from October through June.  For those interested in gun law and policy, the big news from the nation’s highest court is… no news at all.   On December 2, […]

U.S. Supreme Court & the 2nd Amendment: 2020

91% of Black Homicide Victims in Michigan were Killed with Guns. Michigan has the 7th highest black homicide victimization rate in the nation with a rate of 28.55 per 100,000. That’s nearly 40% higher than the national black homicide victimization rate and 5.5 times the overall homicide rate nationwide—according to […]

MI Ranks #7 for Black Homicide Victimization