Tagged: mass shootings


Speaking of Terror

If certain kinds of violence demand more from us, defining and describing violence becomes charged with power.


The Twilight of Our Candlelight Vigils

School shootings and rampage killings used to be moments of collective shock and horror, leading to long periods of national, cathartic mourning. Now they are either a quick ratings spectacle or a thing that gets mentioned briefly on a slow news day.

What the hell happened to us?