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WHYY, your local PBS and NPR station, and 6ABC teamed up for Confronting the Crisis: Gun Violence, a powerful community conversation with scholars, political leaders and activists who are on the frontlines fighting for a safer Philadelphia. WATCH NOW to hear insights, recommendations, and potential solutions for the city’s gun violence crisis. This special broadcast is moderated by WHYY’s Christopher “Flood the Drummer” Norris, and 6abc anchor Sharrie Williams.  

Along with panelist 

Panelists:

Rickey Duncan – NOMO Foundation

John Solomon – Endangered Kind

Saj “Purple” Blackwell – Neighborhood Watch, PQRadio1.com

Pa. State Representative Joanna E. McClinton

Tamika Morales – Moms Bonded by Grief

Juwan Bennett – Criminologist, Temple University

Scott Charles – Cradle to Grave & Trauma Outreach Coordinator, Temple University

Anton Moore – Unity in the Community 

Including:

Dorothy Johnson-Speight – Mothers in Charge

Rev. Dr. Alyn E. Waller – Pastor, Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church