Remembering the Oak Creek killings, a harbinger of white supremacist violence


Police guard the front of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin where at least one gunman fired upon people at a service August, 5, 2012 in Oak Creek, Wis. Six people were killed when a shooter, who was later shot dead by a police officer, opened fire on congregants in the Milwaukee suburb.

Ten years ago, seven people died when a white supremacist opened fire at a Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisc. A decade later, hate crimes against South Asians and Sikhs are on the rise.

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