The Buffalo shooter targeted a Black community. What will it take to stop the next racist attack?
On this edition of Your Call, we discuss the rise of racist extremism on the far right and the growth of white supremacist hate speech online, which is fueling deadly incidents like Saturday's mass shooting in Buffalo that left 10 people dead and three wounded. All 10 victims were Black.
According to a document written by the 18-year-old white shooter, he researched a zip code with a high percentage of Black residents. How should society deal with this? What will it take to stop the next attack?
Liz Lewin, journalist for WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, New York
Adolphus Belk, Professor of Political Science and African American Studies at Winthrop University, and co-editor of For the Culture: Hip-Hop and the Fight for Social Justice
Will Carless, national correspondent for USA Today, covering extremism and emerging issues nationwide