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Five-Years Later: What the Oak Creek tragedy teaches us about white supremacy and the White House

It’s been five years since Wade Michael Page, a known white supremacist, shot and murdered six people and injured four others at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. For most Americans, that day’s shooting was just another senseless act of gun violence. For Sikh, Muslim, South Asian, and Arab Americans, it was a tragic reminder that our communities are in the crosshairs of hate.

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