New York Time column on fear after shooting in El Paso

Former New York Times reporter Fernanda Santos has penned a column outlining the fear she has for her and her daughter after the shooting in El Paso, where the shooter was targeting immigrants, particularly Hispanics. Santos, an immigrant from Brazil, says for the first time she felt not like an immigrant but like a target. We’ll talk more with Santos about her column.

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