Radio Times: Four-part series on gun violence in Philadelphia

Relatives and friends grieve together at the scene after a 36-year-old man was shot to death on Limekiln Pike near East Washington Lane in the West Oak Lane section of Philadelphia last month. Photos by Joseph Kaczmarek for

Over the last two months, Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane, a daily public radio interview program on WHYY-FM, dedicated a series of four programs to the epidemic of gun violence in Philadelphia. Listen to the programs online:

July 18, 2012 – Responding to gun violence in Philadelphia & Wilmington, with Temple University Hospital Trauma Outreach Coordinator Scott Charles, of the Cradle2Grave program, and GunCrisis Reporting Project co-founder Jim MacMillan. Listen to the mp3

August 2, 2012 – Gun violence Philly: Victims & city’s perspective, with Mothers in Charge founder Dorothy Johnson-Speight and Philadelphia Public Safety Director Michael Resnick. Listen to the mp3

August 22, 2012 – Philly gun violence, Pt. 3: Youth perspectives, with Jamira Burley of the Philadelphia Youth Commission and Kianna Burns of Healing Hurt PeopleListen to the mp3

August 24, 2012 – Philly gun violence, Pt. 4: Moving toward solutions, with Marla Davis Bellamy of Philadelphia CeaseFire and Ted Corbin of Healing Hurt PeopleListen to the mp3


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