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“Forgiveness isn’t given lightly”: El Pasoans balance healing with anger a year after Walmart massacre

An undercurrent of fear and anger remains in the Texas city one year after a gunman confessed to targeting Hispanic people in one of the state's deadliest mass shootings.

El Paso Firme and Border Network for Human Rights march down Sunmount Dr. towards the original Walmart on August, 3, 2020. A gunman opened fire at a Walmart memorial killing 23 and injuring several others Aug. 3, 2019.

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