The Philadelphia Center for Gun Violence Reporting will recruit and train community members to produce stories from their neighborhoods about the experience of living with gun violence, as well as identifying its root causes and potential solutions.
The Initiative for Better Gun Violence Reporting will create a new Center for Gun Violence Reporting in Philadelphia that focuses on preventing shootings and saving lives by changing the narrative …
Six months have now passed since we hosted the inaugural Better Gun Violence Reporting Summit in Philadelphia.
Prompted by mothers who lost children to gun violence, several Philadelphia new organizations began sharing resource lists when reporting on shootings last fall and now CBS Philadelphia has joined the movement.
The Social Innovations Journal recently published “Leadership Profile of Jim MacMillan: Humble Leadership in Gun Violence Reporting.” Author Linda Fontanilla is a Doctor of Nursing Practice nurse anesthesia student at the University of Pennsylvania, a former Army nurse with one combat deployment and current service director of Action Tank, which was a partner in the Better Gun Violence Reporting Summit.
After closely monitoring #COVID19, AFFIRM and Airway Stories have decided to postpone the March 11 event out of an abundance of caution. All ticket sales shall be honored when new date is announced! Thank you for understanding.
Not everybody agrees with our approach and we’re not going bring about change if we only communicate with our allies.
We’re incredibly proud of what we have accomplished this fall but even more grateful to everyone who has made it possible. Every donor, partner, presenter, volunteer, participant and attendee has given more than we could ever return. But on the bottom line we are just breaking even.
Fifteen Philadelphia journalists were invited to spend a day with 30 residents from the core communities impacted by gun violence in the city, most of whom had lost several loved ones.