The US is investing millions to stop gun deaths. Is it going to the right communities?

We know what feeds gun violence: Poverty, food and housing insecurity, exposure to shootings and more. So why aren’t we getting resources to the people who need them most?

Gun deaths in the U.S. Reached all-time highs amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and firearms are now the leading cause of death among children and teens. In response, more cities are investing federal dollars in local programs to curtail shootings.

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