Processing the Jacksonville shooting: One organizer reacts
Americans are once again struggling with the news of another racially motivated shooting. On Saturday a white gunman opened fire at a Dollar General store in Jacksonville, Florida, and killed three Black people.
The gunman used slurs, had swastikas on his weapon and left behind racist writings. It’s the latest attack in a number of shootings that have specifically targeted Black people.
Host Robin Young hears from Kimberly Allen, CEO of 904WARD, an organization working to end racism in Jacksonville.
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