Philadelphia Ceasefire unveiled a 33-foot long Winnebago RV wrapped in the message “Stop. Shooting. People.”
Residents and community groups marched on Saturday in West Philadelphia to call for an end to gun violence.
The group is called Prosecutors Against Gun Violence and they’ve planned a summit in Atlanta next month.
In an effort to stop mass violence in schools, a Pennsylvania state senate committee has begun vetting legislation that would allow teachers and school employees trained and licensed to carry guns to bring them to work.
Philadelphia CeaseFire has launched a new campaign that it hopes will stop violent shootings before they occur.
The show of support Friday was spurred by a man who was killed earlier this year on the streets of Camden.
Mayor Nutter joined a coalition of anti-gun groups today to help launch a new initiative to reduce gun violence.
Dom Giordano spoke to Father Michael Pfleger, a Catholic Priest from Chicago, on Monday about his request that a billboard featuring an assault rifle be taken down.
Villanova students couldn’t help but pause at the hundreds of t-shirts comprising the “Memorial to the Lost,” each with the name and age of a victim.
Pennsylvania Medical Society president Dr. Bruce MacLeod says gun violence should be studied the same way doctors study diabetes and heart disease.
Concerned community members held hands and marched together in Philadelphia Saturday, in an expression of unity in the effort to stamp out gun violence.
Arcadia University’s International Peace and Conflict Resolution program will commemorate the thousands of victims of gun violence who died this year, it will create a giant chalk body drawing which will run for several blocks in Center City.
A national bus tour supporting an effort to reduce gun violence rolled into Delaware County Monday morning.
Wilmington police say a Philadelphia man prohibited from possessing a firearm surrendered after firing several shots inside a home.
Philadelphia’s murder rate year-to-date is down about 40% from this time last year, according to police records. Activists at an anti-violence march in North Philadelphia Sunday said the numbers are moving in the right direction but they could be better.