Civic Life: Gun Violence and 'Living for 32'
Living for 32 is the story of Colin Goddard, a 21-year-old senior at Virginia Tech University on April 16, 2007â"the day a shooting rampage left 32 people dead and dozens more wounded. Goddard played a unique role in the horrific drama: He was the only person in the building to call the police. By the end of the ordeal, Goddard had been shot four times. After recovering and finishing his degree, Goddard volunteered for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. Ralph Fascitelli, president of Washington CeaseFire, introduces Goddard, who discusses the film and his experience before the screening, and Q & A.
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