Mass Shooting Epidemic: Does It Reflect a ‘Social Breakdown’ in America?

In the interview with Paul Salvatori, Harriet Fraad joins the conversation to discuss the societal factors contributing to America's mass shooting epidemic. They identify capitalism as a primary cause, suggesting that economic instability and the erosion of traditional male roles lead to feelings of disposability and isolation among men. The importance of fostering meaningful community connections to combat violence and promote mental health is emphasized, highlighting the need for American society to become more caring and inclusive.

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  • Harriet Fraad
    published this page in Blog 2024-03-25 12:29:33 -0400