On the 10-year anniversary of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin massacre, we speak with a son who lost his father and his anti-hate message. Then, we talk to a Columbine High School mass-shooting survivor about finding hope.
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Reducing hate and extremism with Pardeep Kaleka
After his father was killed at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, Pardeep Kaleka became an expert in hate prevention and de-radicalization. We speak with Kaleka about how the event shaped his life, and how to confront hate crimes and extremism.
Mass shooting survivor shares message of hope
Since surviving the Columbine High School mass shooting in 1999, Crystal Woodman Miller has used her experience to guide other survivors through guilt, trauma and healing. We talk about the free, week-long retreat for mass shooting survivors called Triumph over Tragedy.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Mackenzie Krumme Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Pardeep Kaleka Guest
- Crystal Woodman Miller Guest
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