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Wesley Powers-Sabugo 🛹 Apr 26
Sad news out of El Paso. Memo Garcia, soccer coach injured in August 3 Walmart shooting dies
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mark lambie Aug 8
A little tribute video for the 23 victims of the . :
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Commonweal Magazine Aug 10
"The assassin that came into our city from the outside is a product of a culture of systemic racism that continues to flourish in our country." — Msgr. Arturo Bañuelas Lessons of the , one year later.
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Carlos E. Morales Aug 3
Here we are, a year after the — and it all still feels so recent. It's a heavy day, but our bordertown is a resilient one. Thankful for the families sharing their stories and the work from , and .
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Carol Zimmermann Aug 2
“Ceremonies of remembrance, while they are important, times of prayer, while they are essential, aren’t enough," said ⁦⁩ re .
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The Daily Edge Oct 18
In 2016, they somehow got away with claiming Trump's violent rhetoric was just "fun." But now we've seen the . We've seen the . We've seen the rise in . We've seem the sick plot against Gov. Whitmer in . It's not "fun" anymore.
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The Bay Aug 3
On the anniversary of the , here is our episode about Bay Area Latinos looking for community after the shooting in El Paso. It features our very own Bay Area Texan and former editor, . We highly recommend it today.
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Roberto Lovato Aug 3
Racism not only values some lives over others; It also values some dead over others. And it's not just white people who do this. It can be we ourselves, we who practice colonialism & self loathing even in death. anniversary.
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Julio Ricardo Varela Aug 3
. Statement on One-Year Anniversary of the
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Alfredo Corchado Aug 2
The border on the eve of August 3th. A ray or lights shine for both sides of the border in honor of the victims of .
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Ali Zeck Nov 14
This is why we have a epidemic & why there’s no improvement. Those of us who’ve experienced the psychosis these drugs cause know what they can do to a human mind. We know.
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Victoria Brownworth #AntiFascistVoter Dec 19
Warning thread 📌 We cannot afford to ignore the "civil war" rhetoric, whilst at the same time remembering that this is a small, vocal minority. Nevertheless, we saw the mayhem of the and . We cannot afford complacency.
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HopeBorderInstitute Aug 1
Humbled by the skill and dignity brings to this critical reflection one year after the . A must 2-part listen and read with critical contributions from @MiltonJBravo and more
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Vicky Díaz-Camacho Aug 3
I’m struggling to find the words as I think back to this day last year. All I remember feeling is dread and my chest hurting. Last Aug. 3, the city I grew up in was targeted and its people attacked, 23 killed. This is seared into my memory.
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Cesar Blanco Aug 7
On the week of the anniversary of the where 23 lives were taken from us, state leaders are shamefully groveling for the to make Texas their home. Disrespectful & insensitive - All talk-No action from them on real solutions for mass gun violence in TX
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Erin Preese Aug 3
One year ago today, I stood on the steps of the US Capitol after the , demanding that lawmakers pass life-saving background check laws. Today, I'm running for office to change those laws myself.
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Underground Salad Bar Aug 3
might have prevented the but 1 yr. later has taken no action. Find your gun sense candidates at and vote for people who care enough to actually do something.
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Cedar Attanasio Apr 26
After nine months in the hospital, a 23rd victim victim has died. Memo Garcia was shot outside the Walmart while fundraising for his daughter's soccer team.
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Rabbi Jeremy Markiz Nov 5
This moment was so powerful for me. I’ve tried to connect with each local person from about the . To know that they are not forgotten.
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Commonweal Magazine Aug 11
In Part 2 of a special episode on , of and of discuss the ongoing efforts of this administration to invisibilize cruelty on the border, and what the Church can do to help.
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