Street Level Philadelphia

*** PHOTO CAPTION: About 150 peace protesters, led by a group of about 30 anti-capitalist anarchists like those who rioted at the 200 RNC in Philly, marched around Center City, blocking traffic for several hours Thursday night. There were several minor skirmishes with police, including when protesters spray-painted the Liberty Place building and when several ran through The Gallery mall on East Market Street, but no arrests were made by 7pm, though the march was still underway. ©2002 / Philadelphia Daily News photo by Jim MacMillan, date:3/20/03,time:4:59:52 PM,shutter: 1/90,f:4.0,iso:1000,lens:17,Philadelphia,PA,USA,Street Level Philadelphia

By Jim MacMillan

Jim MacMillan is the founder and director of the Philadelphia Center for Gun Violence Reporting, as well as the the assistant director of the Logan Center for Urban Investigative Reporting at the Klein College of Media and Communication at Temple University.

During his photojournalism career, MacMillan spent 17 years at the Philadelphia Daily News and worked for The Associated Press in Boston and then in Baghdad during the war in Iraq, after which his team was awarded The Pulitzer Prize. He has also been recognized with the Bayeux Prize for War Correspondents, a National Headliner Award and the Pennsylvania Distinguished Visual Award for coverage of the 9/11 attack at the World Trade Center.

Previously, MacMillan was a fellow at the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri, the Journalist in Residence at Swarthmore College, a Fellow with the Philadelphia Social Innovations Lab at the University of Pennsylvania and a Practitioner in Residence at the Institute for Global Leadership at Tufts University.

He was also an Ochberg Fellow with the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma at Columbia University and the Knight Fellow in Medicine/Health Sciences Journalism with the Knight-Wallace Fellows at the University of Michigan. Previous faculty appointments include the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Swarthmore College, New York University’s Carter Journalism Institute and Klein College.