Slate creates interactive crowdsourcing project to track gun-related deaths

| February 18, 2013

Slate creates interactive crowdsourcing project to track gun-related deaths

More than 1,600 people have died from gun-related violence since last December, when a mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school refocused public attention on the issue. By using interactive, crowd sourced data; Slate Magazine  is tracking and mapping the name, age, gender, date and location of every person who's died from gun-related violence since the Newtown shooting. They're also …

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