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Virginia Tech Survivor Colin Goddard On The Future Of The Gun Control Movement

In April of 2007, Colin Goddard survived one of the deadliest school shootings in US history. Today, he took the Impact Stage at the FORBES Under 30 Summit to share his vision of the future of the gun control movement in the US.
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