“[N]ews articles often focus on the people who die from gun violence, even though a person in Chicago is four to five times more likely to survive a shooting than die from their wounds. This has resulted in violence survivors being minimized or ignored completely — despite there being more than 24,000 of them in Chicago alone.”

Interesting reflections on reporting from Lakeidra Chavis, whose Aftershocks series found a new angle in what feels like an all-too-often told story about gun violence in Chicago.

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