Latinos March For Unity, Remembrance And Action A Week After El Paso Shooting

Lauren Terrasas, Joey Palacios

Texas Public Radio

Aug 10, 2019

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Domingo Garcia, the Dallasite who is national president of LULAC, called the shooter a bigot, racist and a white supremacist.

“We’re marching because we’re not going to be terrorized, we’re not going to be turned around. We’re not going to stand for this type of politics of hate and the rhetoric coming about making Latinos and immigrants political piñatas to score points in an election,” he said. “That has to stop, and we’re standing up and saying enough is enough.