Recent weeks have seen an alarming outbreak of gun violence in the United States. The April 3 massacre in Binghamton, New York, was particularly horrifying: Jiverly Wong, a refugee from Vietnam, stormed into an immigrant services center and killed thirteen people before shooting himself. Eleven of the victims were immigrants, representing seven countries. Some had fled violence (...)
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