In Wake of the Dallas Shooting, We Can Look to the Nation's Front Pages — Or Beyond themBy Jessica EggertJuly 8, 2016ShareThere's a familiar scene unfolding across America's newsstands today. NewseumIts started in the hours following Thursday night's massacre at a Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas.NewseumTragedies were immediately inked onto the front pages of nation's our biggest newspapers. Newseum"Slain." "Bloodshed." "Killed."But amidst these tragedies, we can choose the story we remember about senseless violence in America.NewseumWe can look to the front pages — or look beyond them.NewseumWe can fixate on violence — or identify love. NewseumWhile each tragedy can showcases the worst of people ...Newseum... it also unearths the best.TwitterLike when Muslims broke their holy fast to donate blood for Orlando, Florida, victims.Like when these police officers posed in solidarity with these Black Lives Matter protestor.TwitterLike when these two Black Lives Matter activists got married in Ferguson, Missouri.TwitterLike when white people took a stand for black lives.Alex Brandon/APOur nation's history reflects the stories we tell ourselves. And the stories we read from others. It's up to us to choose them.