#GunCrisis: Philadelphia

While many other forces were also at work to end gun violence, the homicide rate in Philadelphia declined at historic rates as more people participated in the #GunCrisis community.

While many other forces were also at work to end gun violence, the homicide rate in Philadelphia declined at a historic pace as more people participated in the #GunCrisis community. (Sources: Philadelphia Police,Twitter Counter.)

The Gun Crisis Reporting Project has concluded daily operations but is continuing to gather and analyze information, and still working to find solutions to the epidemic of homicide by gunfire in Philadelphia.

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Knowledge Base:

• The State of Gun Violence in Philadelphia
• Philadelphia Gun Violence in National Context
• Intervention Programs
• Community Response
• Social Media Response
• Leaders
• Feature Reports
• Artists Respond to Gun Violence
• #GunCrisis Monthly Newsletters
• Solution of the Day
• Photojournalism
• Essential #GunCrisis Maps
• #GunCrisis Sandy Hook Reports
• National Incident Summaries
• #GunCrisis Community Participation
• Media coverage of Gun Crisis Reporting Project
• Professional Honors
• Community Honors
#GunCrisis Project Status Reports
#GunCrisis Video Index

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