Mental Illness: The Scapegoat of Mass Shootings | by Erin Egloff

Let’s start off with some actual facts (as opposed to the ever popular “alternative” facts): 1) A public mass shooting is defined by the U.S. Congressional Research Service as a situation where four or more people, excluding the perpetrator, are indiscriminately killed. 2) American discourse and media analysis after mass shootings generally focuses on possible gun control legislation. Weapons that can fire multipleContinue reading “Mental Illness: The Scapegoat of Mass Shootings | by Erin Egloff”

**Announcing Featured Blogger & Volunteer Grants Assistant | Erin Egloff

We are pleased to announce and spotlight Erin Egloff as our newest Featured Blogger & Volunteer Grants Assistant About Erin Egloff Erin Egloff was born and raised in Lowville, NY, and graduated from Pitzer College in Claremont, CA. She pursued a career in the Los Angeles nonprofit sector, working for Vistamar School, the RAND Corporation,Continue reading “**Announcing Featured Blogger & Volunteer Grants Assistant | Erin Egloff”