Researchers have consistently drawn the link between poverty and violence — including gun violence. Yet politicians, media talking heads, and by result the general American populous consider power, guns, and poverty three seperate issues. This power-poverty paradigm is seen around the world as the most impoverished areas typically see the most gun violence. This leads to the question — should we change our conversation about poverty and gun violence? Kurt Kivell and Natalie Kivell joined us on-air to explain.
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