A small but persistent group in Pakistan—fed up with firearm violence among the populace—challenges a deeply ingrained gun culture.
The presence of gangs in neighborhoods where many American children are killed with guns daily is used as a way to dismiss serious thinking about why this is happening.
Mass shootings in the U.S. have become commonplace. Yet the culture of gun ownership remains stronger than ever. Chris Hedges, A.J. Somerset and Dr. Taiaiake Alfred discuss gun culture in the United States and Canada on CBC Radio's "Ideas with Paul Kennedy."