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May 17, 2023

GAGV Founder Jonathan Lowy on the Global Case vs. Gun Violence

GAGV Founder Jonathan Lowy on the Global Case vs. Gun Violence

Jonathan Lowy sheds light on how gun violence in the United States has a global impact, and what his organization, Global Action on Gun Violence, is doing to address it.

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Host Elianne Ramos discusses the polarizing topic of gun violence with Jonathan Lowy, president and founder of Global Action on Gun Violence. The discussion centers on the impact of the gun violence epidemic both domestically and abroad,  its devastating toll on families and communities, and the novel approach his organization is taking to hopefully put an end to this issue once and for all. 

They also discuss the need for real solutions from politicians and how crucial it is for individuals to raise their voices and demand change. Tune in for a thought-provoking conversation on this pressing issue. 

Learn more about Global Action on Gun Violence here.
Follow Jonathan Lowy on Twitter here.



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Season 2, Episode 5 - Jonathan LowyProfile Photo

Season 2, Episode 5 - Jonathan Lowy

President and Founder, Global Action on Gun Violence

Jonathan Lowy has been bringing, litigating, and winning trailblazing, impactful lawsuits, and advocating for gun violence prevention for 25 years. He has litigated in trial and appellate courts in over 40 states, helped win over $100 million in verdicts and settlements for victims of gun violence, created groundbreaking precedent that holds gun companies accountable for their contribution to gun violence, reformed dangerous gun industry practices, and shut down reckless gun dealers. He won the first appellate decision holding that the U.S. gun industry protection law is unconstitutional, and the first settlement in which a gun manufacturer paid for a criminal shooting. He has published numerous articles on gun issues, including “The Right Not To Be Shot,” and appears frequently on television and other media. He has been named one of the 500 leading lawyers in America for over 10 years by Lawdragon magazine. He is a graduate of Harvard College and the University of Virginia School of Law.