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Google pledges $2 million grant in efforts to curb gun violence in America

Google is ramping up efforts to curb gun violence, with a $2 million grant to benefit prevention programs in cities across the country. The pledge is part of the tech giant’s ongoing commitment to organizations and innovators working on racial justice. Related: A chance to trade guns for bail in...
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