President Joe Biden on Wednesday unveiled a new plan to reduce gun violence, including tougher enforcement of federal gun laws and investing in community resources.
Reset checks in with three Chicago anti-violence groups who are training and deploying peacekeepers to Chicago neighborhoods experiencing the highest number of shootings this summer. It’s part of a new initiative from Chicago CRED, Communities Partnering 4 Peace and READI Chicago to tackle gun violence in the city.
GUESTS: Bernida Davenport-McWhite, business solutions manager with North Lawndale Employment Network and READI Chicago
Jen Keeling, director of strategic partnerships at Chicago CRED
Adrienne Johnson, vice president of violence intervention and prevention services at UCAN Chicago