A woman looks to the sky during a memorial service for 11-year-old Jamara Stevens,who was killed in an accidental shooting inside her home in the Mantua section of West Philadelphia. Photographs for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.
Feature Report: Do Violent Lyrics Make People Violent?
- 04.24.14: Five wounded in latest Philadelphia shootings
- 04.18.14: Two men bound, shot and left on secluded street
- 04.17.14: Four new shooting victims and an armored car robbery reported
- 04.15.14: Woman and child among six latest Philadelphia shooting victims; one man is dead
- 04.11.14 Four men shot in six hours Thursday night in Philadelphia
- 04.04.14: Five men shot Thursday in Philadelphia
- 04.03.14: Gunman fires at Philadelphia Police officers overnight; suspect captured
- 03.31.14: Violent outbreak continues with eight people shot Sunday in Philadelphia
Posted by Jim MacMillan.
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