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Trump administration actions harming U.S. human rights reputation

President Trump’s administration is actively harming U.S. credibility on human rights, according to a November 8, 2018 Brown Political Review article. The article quotes Jacqueline Bhabha, FXB Director of Research and Professor of the Practice of Health and Human Rights at…

Suicide prevention fight moving into gun country

A movement to reduce gun-related suicides by spreading prevention techniques among firearm owners and sellers is slowly making its way through states with high rates of gun ownership, according to a September 17, 2018 NBC News article. The…

Uncommon Ground

Harvard Chan researchers and Utah gun-rights advocates are forging a rare partnership in the quest to prevent firearm suicides.

Reducing gun suicides in New Hampshire

Although mass shootings like those at high schools in Santa Fe, Texas and Parkland, Florida have dominated the headlines, most gun-related deaths in the U.S. are actually suicides. In New Hampshire, an unlikely team of gun owners and…

Arming teachers a bad idea

In the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., President Donald Trump has proposed that teachers carry concealed weapons in order to defend against would-be school shooters. But an expert at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public…

Stop the suppression of gun research

The U.S. has more gun deaths per capita than any of the world’s two dozen highest-income countries. Yet the government, at the behest of the gun lobby, limits the collection of data on gun-related deaths, prevents researchers from…