Three Men Are Found Guilty of Hate Crimes in Arbery Killing Tariro Mzezewa, Audra D. S. Burch, and Richard Fausset, New York Times

Ahmaud Arbery’s killers found guilty of federal hate crimes, may face additional life sentence N’dea Yancey-Bragg and Raisa Habersham, USA Today

“He will now begin to rest in power”: parents of Ahmaud Arbery celebrate verdict in hate crimes case Benjamin Payne, GPB

Now We Know Their Names Clint Smith, The Atlantic

Standing Your Ground While Black Brittney Cooper, New York Magazine

“Stand your ground” laws linked to jump in US firearm homicides Shawna Chen, Axios

Homicide Is Pandemic’s Biggest Killer of Young Black Men Justin Fox, Bloomberg

Too many lockdowns to count: Gun violence has touched everything at one Philly school Kristen A. Graham, Philadelphia Inquirer

Two Crucial Wins for the Gun Safety Movement Bloomberg

How Sandy Hook Families Took on a Gun Manufacturer – and Won Mary Harris, Slate

How They Did It: Sandy Hook Families Gain Long-Awaited Legal Wins Elizabeth Williamson, New York Times

Gun rights groups’ wave of lawsuits could change America’s relationship with firearms Kevin McCoy, USA Today

New York crime: Will more police flatten a wave of gun violence? Nada Tawfik, BBC News

SF’s Public Safety Needs Threaten Return to Criminalize and Incarceration Mentality, Charges ACLU Srimathi Kannan, Davis Vanguard

Prosecutors seek to try teen as an adult in brutal arson-murder after Gascón lifts his ban James Queally, Los Angeles Times

No Compassion Matthew Ahn, Inquest

Does a Fair Way to Decide Who Gets the Death Penalty Actually Exist? Michael Meltsner and Daniel S. Medwed, Slate

How a Death-Row Inmate’s Embrace of Conservatism Led to His Release Katherine Dykstra, New York Times

Captive No More: One SC man’s journey to freedom after years in modern-day slavery Jennifer Berry Haes, Charleston Post and Courier

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