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  • What Next After Newtown: What Our Country and Communities Can Do

What Next After Newtown: What our Country and Communities Can Do | PBS

Duration: 02:37:15 (Full Program)
Program: What Next After Newtown: What Our Country and Communities Can Do
Broadcast Date: Dec. 22, 2012

SATURDAY, Dec. 22, 3-6pm (check local listings). In a live-broadcast, WNET-Thirteen in a Public Television special event continues the coverage of the Newtown shootings with hosts Jeff Greenfield, Maria Hinojosa, Susie Gharib and Scott Simon. Looking for long-term solutions and answers, the show provides an in-depth analysis of such issues as accessibility of weapons, violence in the media, talking to children and finding a path to healing, school security, public policy and mental illness, as well as the mind of troubled shooters. Join the show conversation on Twitter at #AfterNewtown and have your voice heard on the show. Watch the show stream live at www.pbs.org

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Post Date: December 22, 2012