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Aaron Banks, 38, and his son Aaron Banks, Jr., 8, embrace at a local park on Saturday, May 22, 2021, in Cedar Park, Texas. "The image of the average gun enthusiast needs an update," the elder Banks said. Banks is president of Keep Firing LLC and one of 24 pistol instructors certified by the National African American Gun Association. Christian K. Lee hide caption

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These are the faces of the rising number of Black gun owners in the U.S.

Black gun ownership dates back to before the country's founding. In "Armed Doesn't Mean Dangerous," photographer Christian K. Lee captures the growing number of Black Americans who own firearms.

InfoWars founder Alex Jones speaks to the media outside Waterbury Superior Court during his trial last month in Waterbury, Conn. Joe Buglewicz/Getty Images hide caption

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Alex Jones has been ordered to pay $1 billion over his Sandy Hook lies. Will he?

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Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) (left) and Republican nominee Hershel Walker (right) are the major party nominees in the Georgia Senate race AP hide caption

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With two Black men running for Senate in Georgia, race takes center stage

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A new European study grabbed headlines this week, as it seemed to question the efficacy of colonoscopies as a cancer screening tool. But U.S. physicians say there were big limits to that study. They cite more than a decade of research showing colonoscopies save lives. lechatnoir/Getty Images hide caption

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Colonoscopies save lives. Doctors push back against European study that casts doubt

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Aaron Banks, 38, and his son Aaron Banks, Jr., 8, embrace at a local park on Saturday, May 22, 2021, in Cedar Park, Texas. "The image of the average gun enthusiast needs an update," the elder Banks said. Banks is president of Keep Firing LLC and one of 24 pistol instructors certified by the National African American Gun Association. Christian K. Lee hide caption

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These are the faces of the rising number of Black gun owners in the U.S.

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America Ferrera (clockwise from top left), Eva Longoria, Rosie Perez, Ivette Rodriguez, Rosario Dawson and Christy Haubegger are using their platforms to promote empowerment and representation. Mike Gallegos for NPR hide caption

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So few Latinas make it in Hollywood – those who do are pushing for representation

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