We launched The Philadelphia Center for Gun Violence Reporting two years ago to explore the hypothesis that changing the way journalists and news organizations report on gun violence could prevent shootings and save lives.
We organized a community reporting project to shift power to people with lived expertise, a professional development program to support journalists already covering gun violence and a research collaborative to explore what the most ethical, impactful and empathetic reporting could look like.
Now we are focused on implementing what we have learned, synthesizing our programs for maximum impact and sustaining the Center for years to come.
We are proud of our progress and but the gun violence crisis only worsens and we need your help. Please consider making a recurring tax-deductible contribution today.