SOURCE: Washington Post
by Jonathan Blanks
As guns have become an increasingly common sight at protests and government buildings, it’s clear that carrying them means different things — and presents different risks — for black and white Americans.
Nicole Hemmer and Jared Yates Sexton offer historical perspective on the growing presence of armed groups at protests.
by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
We have a gun culture not because of the sanctity of the 2nd Amendment, but because killing, looting, burning, raping, and terrorizing Indians were an American tradition and militias helped carry out these horrors.
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