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Stakeholders rely upon the research and expertise of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions for their reporting on gun violence and gun violence prevention policies. Our research and advocacy work generates stories in local, national, and international media and our faculty members are frequently quoted in top-tier national and international news outlets. Our experts are regularly provide testimony and expert opinions on gun violence prevention efforts across the country. 

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The Center for Gun Violence Solutions: Where Science and Advocacy Merge.

Guest host Keshia Pollack Porter, chair of the Bloomberg School’s Department of Health Policy and Management, returns to the podcast to talk with Daniel Webster, director of the Center for Gun Violence Prevention and Policy, and Josh Horwitz, executive director of the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence, about their goals to apply cutting-edge science and research to evidence-based, equity-informed advocacy to end the trauma of gun violence.

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New Report Highlights U.S. 2020 Gun-Related Deaths

A new report from the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions analyzes Centers for Disease Control and Prevention firearm fatality data for 2020—a year that saw the highest number of gun-related deaths ever recorded by the CDC and a sharp increase in gun homicides. Among other things, the report concludes that states with the most robust gun laws have lower gun-related death rates.

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