To kids living amid violence, a bullet is a bullet, no matter who fires the gun
Washington Post columnist Courtland Milloy writes a passionate report on the conditions faced by young boys living in Washignton DC.
"While the nation wrangles over the deaths of black men at the hands of police, there are black boys living in high-crime D.C. neighborhoods who are just trying not to get shot. By anyone.
Some don’t go outside to play because there are too many shootouts in their neighborhoods. Some don’t walk home from school for fear of being hit by a stray bullet. Others don’t dare sleep by windows, if they get to sleep at all."
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