EL PASO (CBS NEWS) – While public displays of mourning continue outside the Walmart in El Paso, some of the toughest conversations are happening inside Latino households.

Police and state troopers keep watch outside a Walmart where a shooting left more than 20 people dead in El Paso, Texas, on August 4, 2019. (credit: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

In a house about 10 minutes from where the attack happened, an organization called Border Network for Human Rights is hosting what in Spanish is called a “charla,” or a chat, giving a chance for people to talk about how they are feeling.

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