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A community joined together through pain and heart-break, pay their respects to the August 3rd Walmart shooting victims.

Uploaded on 08.02.2020 by Rebecca Moreno

Eastside / Cielo Vista, (2010 - 2019), Art

  • CONFLICT
  • Margie Reckard
  • CONFLICT
  • Grief
  • Culture

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