Seven children and teenagers are killed every day by guns in America, and almost all of them never make more than a tiny paragraph in a local paper. Gary Younge, editor-at-large at The Guardian, spent 18 months unravelling the stories that lay behind these young deaths. His new book Another Day in the Death of America tells the stories of ten children shot dead, accidentally or by mistake, on a randomly selected day in the USA. At a time when gun control is debated with such passion and emotion, join Younge for an event combining readings, speech and a conversation with journalist Hannah MacInnes.
Read more and book tickets here.
The event is part of a national spoken word talk series produced by Tilt.