Aftermath: Unsolved Murders in the Black Community
In six years, Pittsburgh police have solved only half the murders in the city. Statistics like this are at the center of an investigative series which examines the aftermath of unsolved murders, which overwhelmingly affect black families and communities. The local media collaboration includes a four-part online series by Public Source, radio reports by WESA-FM, research assistance by the New Pittsburgh Courier and a one-hour discussion broadcast at WQED hosted by Chris Moore. Scheduled panelists include Allegheny County Assistant District Attorney Stephie Ramaley, Pittsburgh Bureau of Police Lieutenant Vic Joseph and Valerie Dixon, executive director of The P.A.C.T. Initiative, which aims to help authorities solve murders. Also featured in the broadcast are the reporters who spearheaded the series: Jeffrey Benzing @jabenzing, PublicSource; Megan Harris @meganharris13, WESA-FM; and Ashley Johnson, New Pittsburgh Courier.
Aftermath: Unsolved Murders in the Black Community aired on Feb 04, 2016.
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