Robert Torres brings a car with 6,000 bullet holes to Chicago

In this Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017 photo, a bullet hole scars the back window of the car in which a Spanish tourist was shot dead by military police, at a police station in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Brazilian military police say officers killed Maria Esperanza Jimenez Ruiz the day before when the vehicle she was traveling in while touring Rocinha slum came under fire after ignoring a police checkpoint. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo)

Parents for Peace & Justice Founder Robert Torres joins John Williams to describe the art installation that shares the story of Chicago violence with those who see it. The south side installation is of a car covered in bullet holes, and it speaks to the pain and loss experienced throughout Chicago.

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