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Sarah Brady

Sarah Jane Brady was a prominent advocate for gun control in the United States. Her husband, James Brady, was press secretary to U.S. president Ronald Reagan. Wikipedia*

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Sarah Brady has 34 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1988 Speech as a Vice Chair. The year with the most videos was 1993 with eight videos as a Chair for the Handgun Control Inc. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2000 with an average of 1,769 views per program as a Chair for the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence. Most appearances with James Brady (14), Bill Clinton (9), Janet Reno (5). Most common tags: Gun Control, Crime Prevention, Violence.

Appearances by Title:c. June 14, 2001 - Present Chair, Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence Videos: 4 c. January 1, 1988 - Present Vice Chair, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence Videos: 2

Previously

Chair, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence c. December 31, 1989 - c. June 14, 2001 Videos: 19 Chair, Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence c. January 1, 1991 - c. June 14, 2001 Videos: 9

Recent Appearances

  • Background Checks and Gun Violence

    Background Checks and Gun Violence

    Twenty years after the Brady Act went into effect, gun control advocates pressed for expanded background checks at gun shows and…

  • Reagan Assassination Attempt Anniversary

    Reagan Assassination Attempt Anniversary

    Former White House Press Secretary Jim Brady along with his wife Sarah Brady met with current White House Press Secretary…

  • Brady Law 10th Anniversary

    Brady Law 10th Anniversary

    Supporters of the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act gathered to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the passage of the…

  • <em>A Good Fight</em>

    A Good Fight

    Sarah Brady talked about her autobiography, A Good Fight, published by Public Affairs. Sarah Brady’s husband, James Brady,…

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