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Articles by Yixuan Huang

Yixuan Huang

Yixuan Huang is a second year MPP student at the McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University. Originally from Guangzhou, China, she earned her bachelor’s degree at Wuhan University, China. She is interested in advocacy and research on progressive policies. She is currently working at Human Rights Campaign and the Institute for Women’s Policy Research.

The Media and Mass Shootings: How Coverage Shapes National Debates and Actions

The United States’ relationship with firearms is difficult to characterize and quantify. A complex, intersectional network shapes our national discourse: history, geography, media coverage and consumption, political parties, rates of gun violence, religion, mental health attitudes, and many more dynamics influence how individuals view and react to gun-related events. Americans have a unique historical relationship…