Opinion | Black and Armed

When I went away to college, my mother gave me a pistol, “just in case.” (Luckily, no such case presented itself.)

When I moved north, first to Detroit and then to New York, I moved into a mental space of more stringent gun control. In general, people weren’t hunting. There was law enforcement everywhere, reachable as quickly as one could dial 911. There were cellphones.

Armed crimes were rampant as well as shootings and gun-related homicides. There were mass shootings and drive-by…

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