Links to Media Interviews
Anderson Cooper interviews Sandy and Lonnie Phillips, about the note left behind by the Louisville school shooter. The shooter said they wanted people to know how easy it was for a mentally disturbed person to get a gun.
Sandy and Lonnie Phillips were active in the passage of a new law, in Colorado, that removes the extraordinary protections that arms and ammunition manufacturers & suppliers enjoyed in Colorado.
Sandy and Lonnie Phillips, cofounders
of Survivors Empowered, are featured on Gays Against Guns’ podcast.
They talk about their mindfulness and wellness class with UC San
Diego for survivors of gun violence, their new program to build a
retreat in Mexico for survivors, and the importance of balancing
trauma with your life and your work.
Survivors turn pain into purpose10
years after Aurora theater shooting
She lost her daughter in a mass
shooting; now she helps others cope
“Life is never the same, but you do
find purpose again”
Couple who lost daughter in
Colorado theater shooting offer support in Uvalde
Executive Director of Survivors Empowered
A mother whose daughter died in a
2012 mass shooting shares message with Uvalde parents
Parents Of Aurora Theater Shooting
Victim Helping Texas Mass Shooting Victims
October 2022: Sandy & Lonnie featured prominently in PBS
June 2022: Lonnie is interviewed, Twice,
by BBC, following announcement of a tentative
Senate agreement on Gun Safety
May 2022, Interview with Al Jazeera,
following Uvalde mass shooting
January 2022, Interview with
Survivor Nation on GAG Radio
April 2021, The Takeaway, WNYC interview
with Sandy and Lonnie Phillips
60 Minutes Interview with Sandy & Lonnie Phillips