The anniversary of the shooting spree that killed eight people, six of whom were women of Asian descent, will take place Tuesday. Organizers are planning rallies around the country.
To her family in southern China, Feng Daoyou remains a mystery. They remember her as generous and headstrong but they knew little of her life in the U.S. She was among eight people killed on March 16.
Scott Simon recounts some of the lives lost to gun violence in the past weeks, in and out of the spotlight.
Many people are contributing to GoFundMe pages for victims of the deadly Atlanta-area shootings.
From Salt Lake City to New York to Atlanta, thousands gathered to remember the victims of Tuesday's shootings and to cry out against anti-Asian racism.
We learned more about the suspect in the Georgia shootings than the victims, possibly because the women who died may have been too busy working to leave long histories on social media.
The previously scheduled visit was to have included a celebration of the recently passed $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, but Tuesday's deadly shootings at area spas caused a change in plans.