How Little Village Group ‘Padres Angeles’ Is Working To End Gun Violence

Chicago moms are showing their love for their children, long after they are gone.

GOP 2016 Guns Chicago
FILE - In this Monday, July 7, 2014, file photo, Chicago police display some of the thousands of illegal firearms they have confiscated so far this year in their battle against gun violence in Chicago. The recent mass shooting at an Oregon community college has put the debate over gun violence and gun control into the center of the presidential race. At least some of the Republicans who are running have pointed to Chicago as proof that gun control laws don't work. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green) M. Spencer Green / Associated Press
GOP 2016 Guns Chicago
FILE - In this Monday, July 7, 2014, file photo, Chicago police display some of the thousands of illegal firearms they have confiscated so far this year in their battle against gun violence in Chicago. The recent mass shooting at an Oregon community college has put the debate over gun violence and gun control into the center of the presidential race. At least some of the Republicans who are running have pointed to Chicago as proof that gun control laws don't work. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green) M. Spencer Green / Associated Press

How Little Village Group ‘Padres Angeles’ Is Working To End Gun Violence

Chicago moms are showing their love for their children, long after they are gone.

Chicago has seen more than 1,100 shootings this year, and many shooting victims have been children. In Little Village, the nonviolence group Padres Angeles connects with families and victims of gun violence to show compassion and love. Reset brings on a reporter who has written about the group.

GUEST: Joyce Duriga, editor at Chicago Catholic