Marc Dann Discusses His Op-ed Piece On The NRA; Exploring The Concept Of Community Trauma

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Remember Marc Dann? He's the former state senator who pulled off a political stunner in 2006, beating Betty Montgomery to become Ohio Attorney General. Another stunner came just over a year later when he resigned amid scandal. Dann is back in the public eye now, having written an opinion piece for The Plain Dealer in which he acknowledges he was in the pocket of the National Rifle Association as a politician. He joins us to expound.  Then, we'll discuss another aspect of the national conversation on gun violence as the Reverend Tony Minor shares thoughts about the day to day violence plaguing urban neighborhoods. Students have risen up in the aftermath of mass shootings in schools. Will communities rise up to protest street violence?

Guests: 

Marc Dann, Attorney, The Dann Law Firm, Former Ohio Attorney General
Rev. Tony Minor, Manager, Faith-based Engagement, The MetroHealth System 
 

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