Reflecting on Guns, part of A Gun Show at BAM

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"He said, 'When the border patrol changes shifts, you're going to run.'"

Blanca Alvarez immigrated to the United States from Mexico in 1972. She crossed the border with her husband and son while she was pregnant with her daughter, Connie. When they arrived in the U.S., she and her husband worked hard...

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"Hello, my name is Yusor Abu-Salha"

In May 2014, Yusor Abu-Salha (right) recorded a StoryCorps interview with Mussarut Jabeen (left), who was her third-grade teacher. Yusor was a victim of the February 10, 2015 shooting in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The other victims were her husband,...

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Report US

Report US: an artist statement on gun violence in the US

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"I wanted to get out there and shoot a gun. I wanted to go in the dirt. But we weren’t allowed to."

As combat roles open to women, we present conversations from those who served when their roles and expectations were defined by gender.

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Emily Johnson reads text from “A Gun Show”

This portion of text is featured in Sō and Emily's work "A Gun Show."

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Reflecting on Guns: Allison K

Allison talks about her experiences seeing guns in popular culture and the ramifications of that in her day to day life.