The Violence Project’s co-founder, James Densley, spoke with reporters from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in the wake of the Milwaukee brewery shooting. In their article about the family of the shooter’s heartache, Densley described the rarity for a mass shooting to occur without warning signs.
He advocates for an expansion of the phrase ‘if you see something, say something,’ clarifying, “if you see a colleague that appears to be going through a tough time, there have to be appropriate mechanisms to reach out to that colleague and have a conversation.”
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Authors: Gina Barton, Rory Linnane, and Mary Spicuzza