Film Symposium Using The Arts For Solutions To Gun Violence

Film Symposium Using The Arts For Solutions To Gun Violence
In this July 7, 2018 file photo, Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson, second from left, participates in an anti-violence march with local leaders on the Dan Ryan Expressway in Chicago. Gun violence will be the focus of the third annual Short Documentary Awards Ceremony at the Gene Siskel Film Center on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. Annie Rice
Film Symposium Using The Arts For Solutions To Gun Violence
In this July 7, 2018 file photo, Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson, second from left, participates in an anti-violence march with local leaders on the Dan Ryan Expressway in Chicago. Gun violence will be the focus of the third annual Short Documentary Awards Ceremony at the Gene Siskel Film Center on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. Annie Rice

Film Symposium Using The Arts For Solutions To Gun Violence

Saturday is the third annual Short Documentary Awards Ceremony at the Gene Siskel Film Center, and this year’s theme centers around gun violence locally and globally.

Reset takes a look at how the arts, storytelling and community dialogue can play a role in solving gun violence.

GUESTS: Nassim Abdi, CEO and founder of StoryBolt

Debbie Ferruzzi, founder and president of Humanity Rising

Alex King, Peace Warriors leader and March for Our Lives speaker