Fault Lines examines the psychological toll of violence on children growing up in Chicago's most dangerous communities.
Life in Chicago's poorest neighbourhoods can sometimes feel like a warzone.
In 2015, an average of one person every three hours was shot in Chicago - more than in any other city in the US. Over the course of the calendar year, there were nearly 3,000 victims of shooting in the so-called Windy City.
"If you don't know somebody that's gotten shot or that's gotten killed, you're weird or something."Rosalyn Collins, a 15-year-old high school student from Englewood.