by Ivory A. Toldson, Ph.D. onDecember 27, 2012
Show Me the Numbers: As Newtown coverage conflates mental illness and violence, students may suffer.
by Roland S. Martin onDecember 26, 2012
Writing for CNN.com, political commentator and columnist Roland S. Martin says that, just as Emmett Till's open casket did for civil rights more than half a century ago, a photo of the actual Newtown crime scene would drive home the gun control message.
by Stacy-Ann Ellis onDecember 24, 2012
Firearm sales are up after the Newtown, Conn., shooting, while records used to conduct background checks go missing.
by Charles M. Blow onDecember 23, 2012
Charles M. Blow takes the gun group's Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre to task for his statement on Newtown, Conn. In assigning blame for the massacre, LaPierre targeted everyone and anyone other than the NRA and the fact that guns are too easy to obtain in America.
by Monroe Anderson onDecember 20, 2012
A writer whose brother was armed and mentally ill reflects on what moved the president to tears.
by David Sirota onDecember 19, 2012
David Sirota explains in a Salon article the comments he made about killers and demographics that ignited a media firestorm.
by Tavis Smiley onDecember 19, 2012
Writing at the Huffington Post, Tavis Smiley channels Martin Luther King Jr. in his response to the tragic loss of life at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
by Eugene Robinson onDecember 19, 2012
We must begin to take deadly weapons out of the hands of madmen this minute, Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson writes.
by Edward Wyckoff Williams onDecember 18, 2012
Trayvon Martin's mom talks to The Root about the issue in the wake of Newtown's massacre.
December 16, 2012
It's a sad truth that our leaders only talk gun control when unspeakable tragedy hits close to home.
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