Pulitzer Prize-winning retired journalist Acel Moore speaks with Susan Snyder and Kristen Graham of the Philadelphia Inquirer about reporting on youth violence in Philadelphia. Bruce Shapiro, executive director of the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, moderates.

Stephen Franklin, ethnic news director of the Community Media Workshop, discusses covering youth violence in ethnic communities in Chicago.

Kenneth Ginsburg of the University of Pennsylvania, Emily Rothman of Boston University, Sandra Bloom of Drexel University and Gary Slutkin of the University of Illinois - Chicago discuss the public health approach and how it can inform coverage of youth violence. 

Photojournalists Donna DeCesare and Carlos Javier Ortiz and conceptual artist and photographer Hank Willis Thomas talk about their varied approaches to youth violence. James Estrin, photojournalist and curator of the New York Times' Lens Blog, moderates.

Everett Gillison, deputy mayor for public safety of the city of Philadelphia discusses how to reduce youth violence with Elisabeth Perez-Luna, executive producer of audio content at WHYY.

Marla Bellamy and Brandon Jones of Philadelphia CeaseFire, Jamira Burley of the Student Peace Alliance and Ted Corbin of the Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice talk about their experience preventing youth violence in Philadelphia.

James Grimaldi, staff writer at the Washington Post, talks about how to investigate gun sales.

Falacca and David Fattah talk about their experience with the House of Umoja, reducing gang violence in 1970s Philadelphia, with Gary Slutkin, co-founder of CeaseFire.

Robert Anda, senior researcher in Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, talks about the Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) study,  shedding light on the relationship between multiple categories of childhood trauma and health and behavioral outcomes later in life.