What if he had shown up shooting when the square was filled with people watching Bengals football, or dancing during “Salsa on the Square” night?
Or when I was using the ATM next to the bank entrance?
Karimi (@Faith MKarimi) November 22, 2018"Our first truth is that we must start caring about each other," she wrote.
"We need to be empathetic and try to walk in each other's shoes. We shall overcome, when we love ourselves and the people around us.
George’s, Grenada, where they had been executed in a coup that triggered the U. 6 with reports of an active shooter only a few blocks from my office.
S.-led invasion.— Stunned relatives and scared students describing fatal shootings in their neighborhoods or schools in multiple towns, in multiple states. Our videographer, Angie Wang, ran to the city square from the office, our photographer, John Minchillo, from his nearby home downtown.
Taking a rowboat through Hurricane Katrina-flooded New Orleans and seeing a body float by.— Mingling among stressed-out family members waiting with Red Cross volunteers for news of loved ones who got trapped in a high-rise hotel fire in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
A grieving mother’s eyes moistening and her little grandson looking up quizzically as she talked about his parents in St.
That’s where I walk many afternoons to get a break, stretch my legs, maybe get a snack, and mainly, just see what’s going on.
It could be a concert, dancers, sports on the giant screen, food trucks or T-shirt vendors.