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Chicago gun violence

In this July 7, 2014 file photo, Chicago police display some of the thousands of illegal firearms they confiscated during the year.

M. Spencer Green

Kids who witness parents shot to death are overlooked casualties in America’s gun violence epidemic

In Chicago, 2,400 kids lost a parent to gun violence over a five-year period, according to an analysis by the Washington Post.

Reset hears from a reporter who talked with kids and their families to explore this little-discussed facet of America’s gun violence epidemic.

GUESTS: John Woodrow Cox, staff reporter at the Washington Post, author of the book Children Under Fire: An American Crisis

Oji Eggleston, executive director of Chicago Survivors

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