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Shootings never stopped during the pandemic: 2020 was the deadliest gun violence year in decades

7 mins | Mar 31, 2021
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Last year, gun violence killed 44,000 Americans. Reis Thebault and Danielle Rindler analyse how racial inequality and declining mental health during the pandemic have contributed to America’s deadliest year on record. In this troubling and eye-opening piece, they discover why a shift in focus is needed to curb this crisis.
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