When we discuss the merits of gun laws, even if a mass shooter does not target people of color, Black folks are often the victims who bear the deepest consequences of the nation's failure to limit gun ownership. This was especially true in Dayton.
As the nation mourns in the wake of a week of multiple mass shootings, thousands of Black journalists are set to converge on Miami, Florida for the annual National Association of Black Journalist (NABJ) Convention.
The deadly gun violence has exposed which presidential candidates have thrown their support behind domestic terrorism legislation that has stalled in Congress.
After the mass shootings in Gilroy, El Paso and Dayton, it was becoming increasingly apparent that white domestic terrorism has quickly ascended the ladder of most lethal threats to society.
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