Yeah. It's here. Everyday. Everywhere.
Most of the media is about Chicago. Then again......
MyStateline has a report by Owen Stiffler titled: "Innocent Bystander In Critical Condition After Gunfight on Street - One person critically hurt in car-to-car shooting." which you can read here. And see a video.
[ It's Everywhere. ]
Couple of programs seem to help. But get little or no funding these days.
Ceasefire is here. Research the stats. #Unfit4Governor killed these funds in IL.
The Washington Post has an article by Lauren Dockett titled: "This innovative program uses brain science to teach Chicago teens how to stop violence" which you can read here. CHILL is here. And, there are others. De-escalation.
The Chicago Tribune has an article by Manya Brachear Pashman titled: "'Never lose hope,' pope writes to Chicago families stricken by violence - Cardinal Blase Cupich, archbishop of Chicago, speaks about the Archdiocese of Chicago’s anti-violence initiatives April 4, 2017, at Peace Corner Youth Center in Chicago's South Austin neighborhood." which you can read here.
One at a time: One person; one donation to help. And, work towards solutions.