By Patricia Lanza There are more guns in America than people, as reported in the 2018 global arms survey. Keenly focused on the human costs of gun violence in America, Barbara Davidson—a former staff photographer for the Los Angeles Times and three-time Pulitzer Prize and Emmy-award winning journalist and filmmaker—has won worldwide recognition for her 2011 photographic reporting Caught in the Crossfire. Covering the personal stories of innocent bystanders who became victims of gun violence during the ongoing Los Angeles gang wars, “Crossfire” became the foundational theme of an ambitious (and currently in progress) multi-year project on Victims of Gun Violence in America. Providing expanded nationwide...
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