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El Paso shooting

A racist manifesto and a shooter terrorize Hispanics in El Paso and beyond

On Saturday, the city was the victim of white supremacy, but it was not the only target. By terrorizing El Paso, the gunman terrorized Hispanics across the state and the country.

Samantha Ordaz and César Antonio Pacheco during a Silent March for those that lost their lives to the mass shooting at a loc…

El Paso shooting

More than 20 people were killed in an Aug. 3, 2019, shooting rampage at a Walmart in El Paso. The gunman was arrested and charged with capital murder for the shooting in El Paso, which is recovering from what federal law enforcement has classified as an act of domestic terrorism. 

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“In El Paso, we love more than we hate.”

— Ana Elena Allen of El Paso
Rep. Veronica Escobar, D-Texas, speaks to a large crowd during a vigil for those that lost their lives to the mass shooting …

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