Zeneta Everhart, whose son, Zaire Goodman, was injured in the May 14 mass shooting, reacts to Friday's news that the accused shooter is willin…
The question is whether a trial serves enough of a higher purpose to make it the better course. It’s a fair argument.
"People need to see the picture of hate. You cannot say that it's not real, not reality in America. It is reality," civil rights attorney Ben Crump said.
families of the victims of the May 14 massacre at the Tops Markets on Jefferson Avenue felt rage and disgust toward Payton Gendron as he pleaded guilty to killing 10 people and wounding three others – but also for the racism and hatred entrenched in America that allowed it to happen.
Speaking at a press conference on Monday, Nov. 28, 2022, Zeneta Everhart, whose son Zaire Goodman, a Tops worker, was shot by Gendron but surv…
"She checked in with each individual family and to just talk to us and see how we're doing and how we're coping," said Zeneta Everhart, whose son survived the deadly rampage. "She wanted to tell us that the White House, the administration, is working for us right now."
An ad featuring the mother of a Tops Markets worker who was wounded in the May 14 massacre at the Buffalo grocery store is one of two commercials released this week by Gov. Kathy Hochul’s campaign.
After the racist mass shooting at Tops Markets on Jefferson Avenue on May 14, Zeneta Everhart and her son, Zaire Goodman, who was wounded in t…
After the racist mass shooting at Tops Markets on Jefferson Avenue on May 14, Zeneta Everhart and her son, Zaire Goodman, who was wounded in the attack, started a book drive. Their goal was to collect children's books that address racism, as well as Black history and culture. They started a wish list on Amazon and have collected about 10,000 books.
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The Senate appears to be moving toward a gun safety compromise that would bolster background checks and funding for mental health programs as well as school security, and both Garnell Whitfield Jr. and Zeneta Everhart said Monday that they are pretty happy about that.
Those who lost loved ones in the massacre say they will be omnipresent activists for as long as it takes to reform the nation's gun laws and confine racism to history's dustbin.
The hard fact is that some Americans, disproportionately Republican, seem to believe nothing can ever justify any response, no matter how sensible, to horrific gun violence – no matter how many people are killed, no matter how often it happens, no matter how young the victims are.
Everhart, whose son was wounded in the May 14 Tops massacre, told a congressional committee that Congress must act on gun control – while the entire nation must act to counter white supremacy.
Joseph Gramaglia and Zeneta Everhart will join witnesses from Uvalde, Texas, at a hearing of the House Oversight and Reform Committee at 10 a.m. Wednesday, the panel's chairwoman, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, announced Friday.