WBEZ and WNYC are co-hosting a special two-city call-in to discuss how each city approaches the fight against gun violence.
We're live from both cities (9 a.m. CST and 10 a.m. EST) to discuss how the New York Police Department and Chicago Police Department are trying to curb violence, and how communities are reacting to different policing strategies.
WNYC reporter Kathleen Horan, who is covering both the "stop and frisk trial" and the effect of gun violence in her "In Harm's Way" series
WBEZ South Side Bureau Reporter Natalie Moore
Plus your calls from Chicago and WNYC
CALLERS IN BOTH CITIES:
How should your communities be policed? Chicagoans, are the police failing to bring down crime? New Yorkers, are the police keeping crime low but at too high a price in civil liberties? Is there a unified approach that could serve both cities' need?
Let us know: Chicago: 312-923-9239 New York: 212-433-WNYC Twitter: @wbez and @brianlehrer #flashpoint