Is gun vio­lence inevitably a per­va­sive fact of life in urban neigh­bor­hoods of 21st cen­tury America?

Or can the stag­ger­ingly high murder rates — and the ongoing trauma that results — be dimin­ished or eliminated?

With over 60 years of com­bined expe­ri­ence working on city streets, Edward Powell, Jon Feinman and Edward Davis offer their sur­pris­ingly hopeful perspectives.

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