Chicago Public Schools students interview survivors of gun violence

As part of our Podcast Club at Hancock College Prep, a southwest side Chicago public school, students dedicated time to exploring the aftermath of gun violence.

For the first segment, Rachel Arroyo interviewed a young woman from the Southwest side who was at Orland Square Mall in January when a teenager was fatally shot near the food court.

For the second segment, Rachel was joined by Andrew Diaz as they spoke with Jesse Menendez, a 38-year-old Chicagoan who lost a brother to gun violence in 1986.

Listen to other segments about gun violence and teen mental health on the group's SoundCloud page.  More episodes are in the works.

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