Gone too soon: The effects of Philadelphia's urban gun violence crisis
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Gone Too Soon is a photographic essay of the city of Philadelphia’s gun urban violence crisis. The photographs are a visual documentation of people who have been physically affected by gunfire, families and friends as they mourn loss and police interaction and community involvement. On the average, at least one person has been murdered in Philadelphia every day over the last 25 years. A book based on this work is meant to educate Philadelphians and the general public on the atrocity of gun violence.