April 2018

How has news coverage of gun violence changed since Columbine?

BMSG's head of research, Pamela Mejia, discusses what aspects of coverage have changed — and stayed the same — since Columbine, what details are often missing from the news on gun violence, and how journalists and advocates can do more to show that prevention is possible. Read more >


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