Poignant photo shoot brings grieving families together

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CHICAGO --  A world- class photographer in Chicago is working on a project that could shed some light on police brutality.

The goal is to create a photo narrative with nearly 100 relatives of people killed in police shootings.

Chicago attorney Andrew Stroth started the project to create a first of its kind photo-narrative with relatives of victims of police violence from all over the country.

Behind the camera is world-renowned photographer Sandro Miller. He took pictures and conducted interviews with family members Wednesday at his West Town studio.

It's an effort to capture the real stories of young people killed by police officers and the families they leave behind.

Organizers hope to turn this into a multi-media project possibly including a traveling exhibit, book, and documentary.

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