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Opinion | Politicians should care as much about black gun violence victims as white
Pastor Michael McBride, who works to support young people impacted by gun violence, says while he loves the activism of the Parkland students who organized the March for Our Lives, he wishes adults paid more attention to inner-city gun violence.
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