How One Chicago Neighborhood Is Coping With The Toll Of Gun Violence : 1A More than 30,000 people have been shot in Chicago over the past decade. Of them, five out of six survived.

A new series from The Trace investigates the impact of gun violence on survivors and communities, specifically in the Roseland neighborhood of Chicago.

We talk about the toll of gun violence in the neighborhood.

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How One Chicago Neighborhood Is Coping With The Toll Of Gun Violence

How One Chicago Neighborhood Is Coping With The Toll Of Gun Violence

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The Kids Off the Block (KOB) Memorial Tribute in Roseland. olivia obineme/Olivia Obineme hide caption

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The Kids Off the Block (KOB) Memorial Tribute in Roseland.

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More than 30,000 people have been shot in Chicago over the past decade. Of them, five out of six survived.

A new series from The Trace investigates the impact of gun violence on survivors and communities, specifically in the Roseland neighborhood of Chicago.

We talk about the toll of gun violence in the neighborhood.

Lakeidra Chavis, Trevon Bosley, and Diane Latiker join us for the conversation.

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