Living For 32
Searching for Solutions to Gun Violence

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Dylan

With today's terrible news -- the campus shooting at UCLA (where my father teaches, my mom got her PhD and I studied for a couple of years) -- we're yet again faced with a seemingly intractable and devastating problem: How to make our public spaces safe when gun ownership is widespread and ...Read more

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Sarina

When I heard what this film was about I didn’t want to watch it. I expected it to be too painful to watch and super depressing to boot. I am so happy I didn’t follow my first instinct and I encourage all to watch “Living for 32”. It’s an inspiring story of how one man became an activist and ...Read more

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Olivia

The San Bernardino shooting in California this week is a chilling reminder that we need to continue the complicated debates around gun violence in America.

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Steve

The latest, tragic mass shooting on a college campus once again highlights the urgent need to come together and find solutions to reduce gun violence in America. Living for 32 follows the quest to find answers by a survivor of the worst mass shootings on a college campus in recent history - ...Read more

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