Emma Heiderson is a writer and musician with a love of all things guns.
She also writes for the Gun Whisperer podcast.
She has a knack for writing about the things that people love, and that’s a trait that has led to a wide-ranging, fascinating career.
From writing for the NRA’s website, the Gun Safety Foundation, and a few other sites, she’s written for publications like Esquire, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and Salon.
She was nominated for the Outstanding Women in Music award at this year’s Grammys.
She’s also a regular contributor to the Gun Whistle, the podcast where she writes about guns.
She was in New York City last month, where she took to the streets to protest against the election of Donald Trump.
She told the Guardian she was there to demonstrate against the violence against women, racial injustice and police brutality that has occurred in the United States over the past few years.
She said: The fact that we are in this state in which there is this level of violence against black women is just unacceptable.
“If there’s one thing I can do, and it’s one of the things I’ve always wanted to do, is to change the way that the gun industry operates.
It’s not that there are too many gun companies, but it’s just that they’ve made money off of women being shot and killed and black women being killed.”
This is a culture where we don’t have any space to say that you have a right to be here and say ‘This is my body, and you can’t take that away from me’.
“The article below was originally published on March 3, 2017, and has been republished here with permission.