No Safe Haven

Smolowe, Jill; Truesdell, Jeff; Helling, Steve; Rayford, Janine; Baker, KC; Aradillas, Elaine
March 2013
People;3/11/2013, Vol. 79 Issue 10, p58
Personal narratives that explore the experience of parents, friends, and families of victims of gun violence in the U.S. and a list of the victims are presented, including comments from the mother of Lloyd Morgan Jr., the cousin and friend of A. J. Boik, and the father of Hannah Kelly.


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