Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane on WHYY continued their series on gun violence with today’s program: Gun violence Philly: Victims & City’s perspective:
Joining us to discuss the impact of violent crime is someone who knows the cost too intimately: Mothers In Charge founder DOROTHY JOHNSON-SPEIGHT, whose son Khaaliq was shot and killed on December 6, 2001, over a parking space in Philadelphia. And we’ll hear about what law enforcement and public policy can do, including that federal-city partnership, from Philadelphia’s Public Safety Director, MICHAEL RESNICK. (LISTEN ONLINE NOW)
Listen to the first hours in this series: Responding to gun violence in Philadelphia & Wilmington and come back later for a full #GunCrisis report on the overnight incidents cited in today’s program.