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Isaiah Vale  places flowers at a memorial honoring the victims of the Walmart shooting at Ponder Park in El Paso.
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El Pasoans remember victims of the Walmart shooting one year later

A year after the mass shooting in El Paso, where 23 people were killed at a Walmart in what was the worst attack on Latinos in modern U.S. history, we sent Tribune photographers to document a city still in mourning.

Ruben Alvarado, originally from Chicago and now living in El Paso, lights candles at a memorial honoring the victims of the …
Nubia Legarda, visits a memorial honoring the victims of the Walmart shooting at Ponder Park in El Paso.
A memorial honoring the victims of the Walmart shooting at Ponder Park in El Paso.
Nubia Legarda, visits a memorial honoring the victims of the Walmart shooting at Ponder Park in El Paso.
Dylan-Jade Hicks, 22, of El Paso, attends a vigil at Ponder Park to honor the victims of the Walmart Shooting.
Cars line up at The Luminaria Remembrance Drive-thru vigil at Ascarate Park in El Paso. Aug. 2, 2020.
The Luminaria Remembrance Drive-thru vigil at Ascarate Park, El Paso. Aug. 2, 2020.
Cars line up at The Luminaria Remembrance Drive-thru vigil at Ascarate Park in El Paso. Aug. 2, 2020.
The Luminaria Remembrance Drive-thru vigil at Ascarate Park, El Paso. Aug. 2, 2020.
The Grand Candela memorial in El Paso is a 30-foot tall obelisk to commemorate the victims and survivors of the Walmart shoo…
A memorial honoring the victims of the Walmart shooting at Ponder Park in El Paso.
From left, Lisa LaFlor and Isaiah Vale, light candles during a vigil honoring the victims of the Walmart shooting.

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