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Does The Buffalo Mass Shooting Indicate A Change In White Supremacy?

The face of extreme acts of hate and White supremacy has traded White, middle-aged men wearing sheets and pointed hats for armed, younger White males wearing camouflage.

Gendron shot and killed several black people after driving several hours to a grocery store in a black neighborhood.

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