Firearm Mortality by State

Firearm mortality statistics in the United States reveal significant concerns regarding the impact of firearms on public health and safety. As of 2019, firearms were involved in approximately 37% of all homicides, making them a prominent factor in violent deaths. Additionally, around 51% of suicides were carried out using firearms, highlighting the urgent need to address the association between firearm availability [...]

2023-07-25T12:52:03-04:00July 25th, 2023|Gun Violence, News, Past Events, Reports|0 Comments

America’s Gun Violence Crisis: 100 Lives Lost Daily

Gun violence has long plagued the United States, with tragic consequences that are felt daily by communities across the nation. Despite ongoing efforts to address this issue, the sobering truth is that lives continue to be lost due to firearms. In this post, we will delve into the alarming statistics surrounding gun-related fatalities in America, shedding light on the scale of [...]

2023-06-02T12:43:06-04:00June 2nd, 2023|Gun Violence, News, Reports|0 Comments

Report Reveals America’s 15 Safest and Most Dangerous Cities for 2023: Find out Where Your City Ranks

Report Ranks America’s 15 Safest (And Most Dangerous) Cities For 2023 Forbes - Laura Begley Bloom January 31, 2023 Although data shows that violent crime rates dropped in cities across the United States last year, crime is an increasing concern among many Americans—whose fears are only likely to grow with incidents like the recent spike in mass shootings.  For the third [...]

2023-06-05T10:32:42-04:00May 6th, 2023|Case Study, News, Reports|0 Comments

Us Police Killings Reach Record High in 2022: Mapping Police Violence Report

‘It never stops’: killings by US police reach record high in 2022 The Guardian - Sam Levin    Law enforcement killed at least 1,176 people or about 100 people a month last year, making it the deadliest for police violence Police across the country killed an average of more than three people a day, or nearly 100 people every month last [...]

2023-04-18T11:12:50-04:00April 18th, 2023|Gun Violence, Police Brutality, Reports|0 Comments

146 Mass Shootings Recorded in 2023: 4 Killed, 8 Hospitalized in Louisville Bank Shooting

There have been 146 Mass Shootings as of April 10th, 2023. A mass shooting occurred at a bank in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, on Monday, where four people were killed and at least eight were injured before the shooter was killed on the spot, as per Louisville Metro Police Deputy Chief Paul Humphrey. The shooter appears to be a former employee of [...]

2023-04-10T12:38:00-04:00April 10th, 2023|Gun Violence, Mass Shootings, Reports|0 Comments

Indianapolis: An Unlikely Case Study in Co-Governance

Indianapolis: An Unlikely Case Study in Co-Governance Progressive organizers have a policy problem. Left-leaning organizations often focus on electoral politics and are unable to support progressive action by lawmakers after election day. (U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona is the country’s most dramatic example of the gap between electoral mobilization and policy advocacy.) But even when progressive advocates succeed in passing [...]

2023-03-10T09:53:43-05:00March 10th, 2023|Case Study, News, Politics, Reports|0 Comments

Violence Intervention: Can Community Programs Help Slow the Rise in Violence?

Amid a murder crisis in America, governments are investing millions in local, non-police programs. The violence intervention workers leading them are now under pressure to prove their worth. Co-published with The New Yorker ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. This story is exempt from ProPublica’s Creative Commons license [...]

2023-03-10T10:14:32-05:00February 3rd, 2023|Case Study, News, Past Events, Reports|0 Comments


KILLED, IGNORED, NEVER FORGOTTEN: CHICAGO'S UNSOLVED HOMICIDES Chicago has too many murders, and too many of these murders go unsolved. On average, only one out of every two murders is solved in the United States; in predominantly black Chicago neighborhoods this statistic drops to only one out of every six. According to the CDC, homicide remains a leading cause of death [...]

2023-03-10T10:18:59-05:00January 26th, 2023|Case Study, News, Reports|0 Comments
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