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The Taubman Center and University of Connecticut’s Center for Advancing Research, Methods, and Scholarship (ARMS) for Gun Injury Prevention introductory panel overview of how women are more likely to bear the burdens of gun violence in the United States. This includes providing information on victimization of women via firearms, the rising rates of women’s suicides, and links to mass shootings.
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