Mothers in Charge, one of Philadelphia’s leading violence prevention, education and intervention organizations, invited South African photojournalist Nidaa Husain to present her work at their community meeting Thursday night. Husain has been focusing on gun violence prevention through her reporting with the Gun Crisis Reporting Project this summer. Much of Husain’s work takes the audience deep inside the…
South African photojournalist Nidaa Husain presents her recent work — covering gun violence in Philadelphia — during a reception Tuesday at Temple University.
President Barack Obama spoke on reducing gun violence Monday night at the University of Hartford, calling on Congress to pass common-sense measures to reduce gun violence.
We have now launched the Gun Crisis: Philadelphia Community Events Calendar as a one-stop resource for anyone who wants to get more involved in gun violence prevention, promote their own events, or just stay informed on what’s happening in the region.
We have launched a new community calendar at the Gun Crisis Reporting Project, to focus on violence prevention and related community events in Philadelphia.
Two important events are scheduled Wednesday night, just a few blocks apart in Center City:
This spring, Mothers in Charge is hosting the first “Cost of Violence National Conference on Violence Prevention and Behavioral Health,” and is seeking volunteers in advance as well as during the event.