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Black Boys Hospitalized More for Gun Violence

New statistics prove gun violence is a threat in everyday life for young Black boys. The group is 10 times more often than white boys to be hospitalized for gunshot wounds in the U.S, according to a report by Pediatrics. Overall, 20 children a day are injured and hospitalized in the country.

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