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. Source: NewseumIts started in the hours following Thursday night's massacre at a Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas.Source: NewseumTragedies were immediately inked onto the front pages of nation's our biggest newspapers. Source: Newseum"Slain." "Bloodshed." "Killed."But amidst these tragedies, we can choose the story we remember about senseless violence in America.Source: NewseumWe can look to the front pages — or look beyond them.Source: NewseumWe can fixate on violence — or identify love. Source: NewseumWhile each tragedy can showcases the worst of people ...Source: Newseum... it also unearths the best.Source: 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.Source: TwitterLike when these two Black Lives Matter activists got married in Ferguson, Missouri.Source: TwitterLike when white people took a stand for black lives.Source: 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.