Hispanic Victims of Lethal Firearms Violence in the United States (2015)

by Marty Langley; Josh Sugarmann

Jul 17, 2015
During the period 2000 to 2013, the overall U.S. Hispanic population grew 53.3 percent. This study is intended to report the latest national information available at the time of writing on Hispanic homicide victimization and suicide in the United States, the role of firearms in homicide and suicide, and overall gun death figures. Recognizing this demographic landscape, the importance of documenting such victimization is clear.
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