Chicago, The Day After

“But on the other 364 days of the year, it’s not a crime scene. What’s happening then?”

Chicago, The Day After
[Photo: Flickr user Kai Schreiber]

Gun violence affects everyone; not just victims and perpetrators but witnesses, neighbors, and the children who grow up shaped by it. Chicago Tribune photographer Brian Cassella spent a year photographing Chicago streets the day after a shooting, capturing the ordinary life that seeps back into the ruptures created by violence.

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