Jennifer Becker Discusses Supreme Court Gun Ban and Domestic Violence

Reform Austin Journalist Jovanka Palacios interviews Jennifer Becker, Director of the National Center on Gun Violence and Relationships at the Battered Women’s Justice Project (BWJP).

In an insightful interview, Jennifer Becker, Director of the National Center on Gun Violence and Relationships at the Battered Women’s Justice Project (BWJP), discusses her role in promoting survivor safety and addressing the intersection of domestic violence and firearms. She reflects on the recent Supreme Court decision upholding a federal ban on guns for domestic abusers, highlighting its implications for future legislation and its importance in protecting vulnerable communities.

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Jovanka Palacios
Jovanka Palacios, a Mexican-American Politics Reporter and Managing Editor at RA's Gun Violence Watch, unveils the Capitol's inner workings. Focused on Public Education and Gun Policies, she passionately advocates for informed dialogue, delivering concise, impactful insights into the intricate political landscape.

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