Atlanta, Boulder Tragedies Are Stark Reminder Mass Shootings May Be Part Of Our ‘Return To Normal’

Atlanta, Boulder Tragedies Are Stark Reminder Mass Shootings May Be Part Of Our ‘Return To Normal’
A mourner places a rose amid bouquets in tribute around a police cruiser for Boulder, Colo., police officer Eric Talley, who was one of 10 victims in Monday's mass shooting at a King Soopers grocery store, Wednesday, March 24, 2021, in Boulder, Colo. David Zalubowski / AP Photo
Atlanta, Boulder Tragedies Are Stark Reminder Mass Shootings May Be Part Of Our ‘Return To Normal’
A mourner places a rose amid bouquets in tribute around a police cruiser for Boulder, Colo., police officer Eric Talley, who was one of 10 victims in Monday's mass shooting at a King Soopers grocery store, Wednesday, March 24, 2021, in Boulder, Colo. David Zalubowski / AP Photo

Atlanta, Boulder Tragedies Are Stark Reminder Mass Shootings May Be Part Of Our ‘Return To Normal’

Reset checks in with a reporter on the ground in Boulder, Colo., for the latest on the aftermath of Monday’s shooting that left 10 people dead. We also hear from a researcher of gun violence for her take on what’s driving the recent mass shootings, and why they seem to be coinciding with reopening efforts in the U.S.

GUESTS: Paolo Zialcita, reporting fellow at Colorado Public Radio

Jillian Peterson, associate professor of criminal justice at Hamline University and co-founder of The Violence Project