Chicagoans Surviving Gun Violence: The Road To Recovery

Chicagoans Les Jenkins and Natalie Manning share their experiences with gun violence and what resources survivors need from the city.

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Police tape marks off a Chicago street as officers investigate the scene of a fatal shooting in the city's South Side on Tuesday, June 15, 2021. Teresa Crawford / AP
police tape
Police tape marks off a Chicago street as officers investigate the scene of a fatal shooting in the city's South Side on Tuesday, June 15, 2021. Teresa Crawford / AP

Chicagoans Surviving Gun Violence: The Road To Recovery

Chicagoans Les Jenkins and Natalie Manning share their experiences with gun violence and what resources survivors need from the city.

Reset continues exploring the stories of survivors of gun violence in Chicago — what resources they need, and what recovery looks like without it. In this interview, residents Les Jenkins and Natalie Manning share what their roads to recovery have looked like, and what resources they could have used from the city.

GUESTS: Les Jenkins, shooting survivor with the Institute for Nonviolence

Natalie Manning, co-founder and executive director of This Is Life