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Gun Violence Memorial Turns Numbers Into The Painfully Personal

The Gun Violence Memorial Project showcases objects of remembrance from families with loved ones who were lost to gun violence. The installation is currently at the Chicago Cultural Center through January 5.

Reset sits down with the project founders, the mothers who contributed items to the installation, and the architectural project lead.

GUEST: Annette Nance-Holt, mother of Blair Holt, co-founder, Purpose Over Pain, First Deputy Fire Commissioner Chicago Fire Department

Pamela D. M. Bosley, Mother of Terrell Bosley, the co-founder, Purpose Over Pain and the Violence Prevention Manager of the BRAVE Youth Leaders of St Sabina

Jha D. Williams,Senior Associate at Mass Design Group, Gun Violence Memorial Project Manager

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