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EL PASO — Just over a month after the mass shooting in which Latinos were specifically targeted, the city of El Paso is focused on healing and building solidarity against racism. An array of freshly painted murals, car stickers, and banners hanging from businesses across the city all proclaim, “El Paso Strong.” And on September 7, organizations and local activists came together for El Paso Firme, an event organizers described as “a day of action against white supremacy.” Throughout the day, people from across the Southwest and Latin America converged at Ascarate Park for a rally and concert affirming that El Paso is united in light of the recent attack.

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