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PBS is receiving wide attention this week for its “After Newtown” programming intended to continue the national conversation on guns, violence, safety and mental health in America.
The hour-long documentary After Newtown: Guns in America, which debuted this week as part of the programming, features commentary from national figures and experts including Elena Quintana, Ph.D., executive director of the Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice at the Adler School of Professional Psychology.
Read about Dr. Quintana's reflections on the documentary on the Adler School blog: ‘After Newtown’: Dissecting a Nation’s Fascination with Firearms.
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