Oregon protests spark debate on guns, race

The stand-off in Oregon continues as armed militiamen occupy a federal building on a nature refuge. The situation has sparked wide-spread debate about guns and race in the United States. Should armed groups like this be able to operate in this way? And would the authorities and the media treat these people the same way if they were not white? Teng Jianqun from the China Institute of International Studies, Republican Party strategist Brandon Andrews, and the District Sentinel News Co-op’s Sam Sacks help us understand the wider issues at play.

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