Travis D. Frain is one of the 2017 Westminster Bridge Attack survivors in London (UK), where five people tragically lost their lives, and more than 50 people were injured. Travis, then 19 years old, was severely wounded during the attack.
In this Orion Talks podcast, Travis talks about his campaigns to have survivors’ voices heard and strengthen their role in preventing radicalization, especially among youth, and restoring community peace.
Travis D. Frain is the Director of The Resilience in Unity Project. Since sustaining injuries in the Westminster Bridge terror attack on 22nd March 2017, Travis has spent the years following campaigning for the rights of victims of terrorism to improve support from the state and has committed to doing what he can to play a small part in preventing future attacks. He co-founded the pressure group Survivors Against Terror in 2018, was awarded a Young Leaders in National Security Fellowship by the Counter Extremism Group, and is currently studying for a Ph.D. at Edge Hill University. He currently serves as the National Chair of the Counter Terrorism Youth Advisory Group. He is a member of the advisory board of the National Emergencies Trust and several other charities.