Auburn Gresham Neighborhood Struggles With COVID-19 And Rampant Gun Violence

Members of Chicago’s Auburn Gresham neighborhood optimistically work to resist the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing gun violence.

Auburn Gresham Neighborhood Struggles With COVID-19 And Rampant Gun Violence
A long standing memorial to victims of gun violence, on the Saint Sabina Catholic Church grounds, is joined with a message of hope during the current pandemic crisis on the church's marquee sign in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago Tuesday, April 14, 2020. Fifteen people were shot outside a funeral home in Auburn Gresham on Tuesday, July 21, 2020. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP Photo
Auburn Gresham Neighborhood Struggles With COVID-19 And Rampant Gun Violence
A long standing memorial to victims of gun violence, on the Saint Sabina Catholic Church grounds, is joined with a message of hope during the current pandemic crisis on the church's marquee sign in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago Tuesday, April 14, 2020. Fifteen people were shot outside a funeral home in Auburn Gresham on Tuesday, July 21, 2020. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP Photo

Auburn Gresham Neighborhood Struggles With COVID-19 And Rampant Gun Violence

Members of Chicago’s Auburn Gresham neighborhood optimistically work to resist the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing gun violence.

Fifteen people were shot at a funeral in Chicago’s Auburn Gresham neighborhood Tuesday night, just mere feet from Leo High School.

Reset talks with the school’s principal and a local pastor about their neighborhood’s struggle against COVID-19 and gun violence.

GUESTS: Shaka Rawls, principal of Leo High School in Auburn Gresham

Pastor Autry Phillips, executive director of Target Area Development Corporation