COMING SOON – The Violence Project Book
By Jillian Peterson & James Densley
An examination of mass shootings in America and an urgent call to action to stop these tragedies using first-person accounts from perpetrators, survivors, and families.
Coming in 2021 from Abrams Books
- CNN – The usual approach to school security isn’t working
- CNN – How social media sends extremism into overdrive
- The Conversation – School shooters usually show these signs of distress long before they open fire
- The Conversation – Colorado shooting eerily recalls Columbine massacre
- The Conversation – University of North Carolina at Charlotte shooting had these things in common with other campus shootings.
- The Conversation – How Columbine became a blueprint for school shooters
- Education Week – What school shooters have in common
- Los Angeles Times – Why do people attack places of worship?
- Los Angeles Times – There is no single profile of a mass shooter. Our data show there are five types
- Los Angeles Times – We analyzed 53 years of mass shooting data. Attacks aren’t just increasing, they’re getting deadlier
- Los Angeles Times – We have studied every mass shooting since 1966. Here’s what we’ve learned about the shooters
- Minnesota Association of School Administrators – School Shootings: What Administrators Need to Know
- MinnPost – Police crisis intervention training: We need a new paradigm, not a new building
- Pioneer Press – For police training, do the research to figure out what works
- Star Tribune – Why the trend of posting gruesome acts online?
- Star Tribune – Preventing mass school shootings? Here’s a key first step
- Star Tribune – Mental illness and violence: Not so easy to connect the dots
- Star Tribune – Untangling the roots of school violence
- Star Tribune – Verdict in police shooting of Philando Castile: The fear defense should have us all afraid
- Star Tribune – Terrorism is a performance. Stop watching
- USA Today – We can do more to prevent workplace shootings like Aurora, Illinois