Newsweek: Children are more likely to die in mass shootings at home than at school, study shows


A new study done by the group Everytown for Gun Safety shows that of the children who die from mass shootings, about three quarters of the children died in events that were linked to domestic violence. It is common in coverage about gun violence to not also include the incidences where the victims of gun violence are family members or current/past intimate partners, even though over half of all mass shootings in the United States are linked to domestic violence (at least one of the victims are current/past intimate partners or family members).

To read the full article by Asher Stockler and published in Newsweek, click here.

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