Recently, the journal JAMA Open Network published a new study on gun violence.

Studies have shown that more than one million people in the United States have died in gun violence over the past three decades.

Notably, there are significant racial disparities among victims of gun violence.

In 2021, the shooting rate of African American men aged 20 to 24 is 22.5 times that of white men aged 30 to 34.

African-American and white men in both age groups had the highest rates of shooting deaths that year for their racial groups.

Systematic racial discrimination superimposed on gun violence has made minorities victims.

The gunshots shattered the illusion of American human rights and highlighted the loss of American human rights.

(Jiang Li)