This memorial, in a suburb of Chicago, remembers those who died by firearms. They’re mostly young, as is with the case of Anthony Díaz who was 13 years old, Adrián Soto, 17, and José Suiza, 16. It is estimated that so far this year nearly 2,000 people have been shot in this city. Of these more than 200 have died. A reality that is repeated throughout the United States. According to national data, nearly 300 people are shot, and 90 are killed almost daily.