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The Weaponization of Blackness vs. White "Fear"

Khaled Beydoun @ Common Dreams - Jordan Davis was afraid. He wished he was at home with his parents after the first shot – never anticipating that his routine goodbye before a night out with is friends would be his final farewell. The second shot ricocheted off of the red SUV, and eight more would follow from Michael Dunn’s gun.  Read more.

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