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On Saturday evening, at a wonderful festival in Brooklyn just a few miles from my house, 12 people were shot. On Sunday evening, in the Bay Area of San Francisco, at a Garlic Food Festival in Gilroy, 15 people were shot. At least 3 people have died, including a sweet little 6-year-old boy named Stephen Romero.
That’s a staggering 27 people shot in just two mass shootings in less than 24 hours. Either one of those shootings would have been the largest in modern history in most countries. But here, we just called it Saturday and Sunday.
Today I want to unpack and explain how we have so much carnage in this country but so little change. Let’s dig in. This is Shaun King, and you are listening to (The Breakdown)!
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