Introducing the #GunCrisis Knowledge Base

This playlist includes 16 past videos with a total running time of 45 minutes, and includes several produced by the Gun Crisis Reporting Project, others in which we collaborated with national and international news organizations, and one lightning talk explaining our mission and strategy.

Over the past few weeks, we have been editing the #GunCrisis Knowledge Base, a compendium containing nearly every #GunCrisis post we have published since launching in March 2012, sorted by category with the exception of incident reports, which now number greater than 1,500. (Use the search window in the left column to search for individual incidents reports.)

<- You can find the Knowledge Base in the left column menu.

Knowledge Base Contents:

Within each category below, the most recent links are at the top of the list.

• 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

A few posts have been omitted to reduce redundancy, and sometimes for linking to external content which is no longer available, but please let us know if you have links which you think we need to repair.

Philadelphia Police investigate Monday afternoon shooting scene

Crime scene tape surrounds the front of a home after a shooting in the Hartranft section of Philadelphia left a man critically wounded Monday afternoon. According to police, the victim was shot in the back in the area of North 9th and West York Streets shortly before 4 p.m., and police rushed the victim to temple University Hospital.

Christmas night in Sandy Hook

A constant stream of visitors came to pay their respects at memorials near the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, CT, Christmas night, eleven days after 20 children and six staffers were killed in a mass shooting. Children left cards for the victims beneath Christmas trees close to the school, above, and crowds gathered at…

Mourning day and night in Newtown

Memorials grow as thousands flock to Connecticut to pray and share their condolences for those lost in last week’s mass shooting, which left 20 children and six adults dead at the Sandy Hook Elementary School. At right, Nancy Henkes, of Old Greenwich, CT, a member of the New England Prayer Center hugs Kathy Mangieri to…