Sunday Marked One Year Since The Deadly Buffalo Supermarket Mass Shooting

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown says the attack one year ago at a supermarket that killed ten Black people "shook our community to its core."

Brown addressed the families of the victims during a ceremony marking the anniversary.

A Tops Friendly Market in a predominantly Black neighborhood was targeted by a self-professed white supremacist, who opened fire there last May.

The gunman was sentenced to life in prison earlier this year.

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