He Wasn’t Who I Thought

In that moment I felt we stepped onto a small piece of ground that was shared, where each of us moved over to make room for the other and where we understood each other in ways that surprised both of us. And where I was jarred by, well, his humanity. His personhood.

Read the full article about my conversation with a gun rights advocate at USA Today.

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