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<p>Pastor Lennox Abrigo leads a prayer during a candlelight vigil outside the Metropolitan A.M.E. Church in Northwest D.C. after the National Action Network-sponsored National Youth Day of Action Against Gun Violence summit on Wednesday, Jan. 8.</p>

Pastor Lennox Abrigo leads a prayer during a candlelight vigil outside the Metropolitan A.M.E. Church in Northwest D.C. after the National Action Network-sponsored National Youth Day of Action Against Gun Violence summit on Wednesday, Jan. 8.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Remember Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis

For almost 40 years while the city was majority black it was almost impossible to own a gun in the District of Columbia. Now that whites are moving back into the city, spending outrageous amounts of money for houses, all of a sudden the law of the land feels the need for them not only to own guns but to be able to carry them in public to show their power.