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Archbishop Gomez: ‘With El Paso a line has been crossed in our nation’

August 13, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: “The killings in El Paso will take their place alongside the crackdowns on Japanese-Americans during World War II, the bombings of churches in the Jim Crow South, the lynchings of Mexicans in Texas that continued into the 1920s, among many shameful episodes from our past,” the archbishop of Los Angeles wrote. “The myth that America was founded by and for white people is just that—a myth.”

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