How one father of a Parkland shooting victim is working to end gun violence
The Senate says they’ve struck a bipartisan deal on gun legislation. But after years of gun violence — and more recently, Buffalo and Uvalde — nothing ever seems to make its way through both chambers.
Manuel Oliver is the co-founder of the gun reform organization Change the Ref and father of Joaquin Oliver, who died in the 2018 Parkland shooting. Here & Now‘s Scott Tong speaks with him about what needs to be done now.
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