An Overlooked School Shooting And The Korean-American Community

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Read Jay Kang's New York Times piece "That Other School Shooting"

On Apr. 2, 2012, six people were killed and three wounded at Oikos University in Oakland, Calif. The shooter was a Korean-American former student, One L. Goh. Writer Jay Kang, who visited Goh in prison, explains how this tragedy has been discussed in the Korean-American community.

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