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The conversation about the gun violence crisis in Philadelphia continues in part 2 with a look at the codes of the streets, and how that culture can obstruct peaceful conflict resolution.
Neighbors in the crossfire: Disadvantaged communities
Gun violence occurs in neighborhoods where poverty, poor education, the prevalence of illegal guns and drugs, and few job opportunities ultimately result in a lack of hope.
1 month ago
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‘Mad or nah?’: Philly residents react to city suing state over gun laws
Tamara Russell, aka Revive POC, hit the streets of Philadelphia to see what residents think about the city’s efforts to quell rising gun violence.
4 days ago
Teen, brother killed in Trenton shooting as city inches closer to homicide record
Trenton officials decried what they called “senseless violence” after a double shooting claimed the lives of 8-year-old Johnny Perez and 16-year-old Gustavo Perez.
Delivery driver shot in Philly’s Queen Village neighborhood
A FedEx delivery driver was shot at South 3rd and Christian streets in Philadelphia Tuesday, Philadelphia police say.
5 days ago
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