Michael Sodini was a guest on Firearm Trainer’s Podcast. He talks about Walk the Talk America, his visit to the White House, and the importance of opening a dialogue between the firearm community and the world of mental health.
WTTA in the Media
For the second consecutive year, Lipsey’s, a leading national shooting sports distributor, donates $10K to help WTTA further its mission to bridge the gap between mental health awareness and the firearms industry.
Walk The Talk America announces the donation of $25,000 from Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc., a leader in American-made firearms for over 70 years.
Join us on APPI GO’s podcast Episode 19 where we discuss guns and mental health.
Walk the Talk America was mentioned in an SJSU News article by Bryanna Bartlett on the “Day of Action Against Gun Violence” event.
“Safe Storage Map” Illustrates The Need For National Conversation — Bearing Arms article featuring WTTA
Walk the Talk America was highlighted in an article by John Petrolino on BearingArms.com. In it, Petrolino brings up the need for an important conversation about methods to safely and legally store firearms during a period of crisis.
Jake Wiskerchen presented a webinar for BulletPoints Project on the basics of firearms and ways to responsibly store them to help clinicians have informed conversations and make appropriate harm reduction recommendations.
“Suicide affects everyone. That’s why it’s imperative that mental health resources are available to all, this includes gun owners. The non-profit Walk the Talk America’s mission is to save lives.”