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Miliann Kang, PEP Steering Committee Member, writes that the victims of last week's Atlanta shootings should be remembered in full, not just in relation to their alleged killer’s motivation

Miliann Kang, PEP Steering Committee Member, writes that the victims of last week's Atlanta shootings should be remembered in full, not just in relation to their alleged killer’s motivation. She says, “By invoking his ‘sexual addiction’, Robert Aaron Long is getting the last word, not just on his murderous rampage in Atlanta, but on framing the victims, their work and his crime as one of passion, not hate.” Read more at Ms. Magazine

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