The majority Latino city in Texas was shaken to its core – but El Pasoans say a strong sense of family and community will help them heal
It’s a white guy who says it first.
It’s Saturday evening at the high school stadium, hours after a terrorist gunman killed 22 people and left dozens wounded at the Cielo Vista Walmart in El Paso. A prayer vigil has concluded, and a small group of mourners linger to try and make sense of it. Continue reading