Podcast: Tragedy Strikes in El Paso and Dayton 2019-08-05

The Takeaway

Tragedy Strikes in El Paso and Dayton 

Over the weekend, two mass shootings marked a week full of domestic terrorism in the country.  

"Erased from Public Memory": The History of Anti-Latino Violence in the U.S.

There is a historical precedent to the shooting in El Paso and people living in the border.

Black Homeownership Drops to Lowest Level in 50 Years

At the same time, the Trump administration is trying to weaken the 1968 Fair Housing Act.

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