Grandmothers Against Gun Violence Keep Fighting for Change

When “Grandmothers Against Gun Violence” formed in 2012, they thought their cause made so much sense they would only need to exist for a few years. Nearly nine years later, the founder says the Boulder shooting and others are discouraging, but they won’t give up fighting for a safer world for grandchildren. KGNU’s Roz Brown spoke with founder Margaret Heldring, who says the group now has 1200 members in 30 states across the U.S., including Colorado.

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