Aug. 5 will be the fifth anniversary of the mass shooting at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, by a man with reported ties to white supremacist organizations, killing six people and injuring several more....This year, I am particularly moved by the stories about a son who, five years later, is still flying to Oak Creek once a month to take care of his father who was paralyzed in the shooting. Although we remember the one day, it is too easy for some of us a little further away to forget how the impact continues for the individuals and the families every day.Essay: Five Years After Oak Creek, Caring for Loved Ones Is the Important Work - NBC News
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Essay: Five Years After Oak Creek, Caring for Loved Ones Is the Important Work - NBC News
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