A year ~ the mass shoot in El Paso, wherein 23 civilization were killed at a Walmart in what to be the worst strike on Latinos in modern U.S. History, we sent out Tribune photographers to paper a city quiet in mourning.

by Briana Vargas and Joel point of view Juárez Aug. 3, 20209 AM central




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On august 3, 2019, confessed mass shooter Patrick Crusius killed 23 civilization at a Walmart in El Paso after driving more than 650 mile from Allen, a suburb in north Texas. A racism manifesto, allegedly written by the Crusius, who is white, defined the strike as a “response come the Hispanic intrusion of Texas.” A year later, the civilization of a city quiet racked with grief mark the anniversary with vigils, remembrances and demonstrations. Tribune photographers Briana Vargas and Joel angel Juárez checked out the community and also recorded what lock saw.


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First: Ruben Alvarado lights candles at a memorial honoring the victim of the Walmart shooting at Ponder Park in El Paso. Last: Nubia Legarda access time a memorial honoring the victim of the Walmart shooting. Credit: Joel angel Juárez for The Texas Tribune
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A memorial honoring the victims of the Walmart shooting at Ponder Park in El Paso. Credit: Joel angel Juárez because that The Texas Tribune
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Nubia Legarda access time a memorial honoring the victims of the Walmart shooting in ~ Ponder Park in El Paso. | by Joel point of view Juárez for The Texas Tribune Credit: Joel point of view Juárez for The Texas Tribune
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Dylan-Jade Hicks, 22, the El Paso, attends a vigil at Ponder Park to respect the victim of the Walmart Shooting. Credit: Joel point of view Juárez for The Texas Tribune
First: Cars line up in ~ The Luminaria Remembrance drive-thru vigil at Ascarate Park in El Paso. Last: musicians play music at Ascarate Park to honor the resides of those shed in the Walmart shooting in 2019. Credit: Briana Vargas for The Texas Tribune
Sights indigenous The Luminaria Remembrance drive-thru vigil in ~ Ascarate Park in El Paso. The drive-thru vigil was hosted in honor of the anniversary of the Walmart shooting in El Paso. Credit: Briana Vargas for The Texas Tribune
The cool Candela memorial in El Paso is a 30-foot tall column to commemorate the victims and survivors the the Walmart shooting. Credit: Briana Vargas for The Texas Tribune
First: A memorial honoring the victims of the Walmart shooting in ~ Ponder Park in El Paso. Last: indigenous left, Lisa LaFlor and also Isaiah Vale, light candles throughout a vigil honoring the victim of the Walmart shooting. Credit: Joel point of view Juárez because that The Texas Tribune

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