Police say the suspect in the El Paso shooting appears to be the author of a racist screed that claimed, "This attack is a response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas." What happens when a country’s core national identity no longer matches its demographic reality? Plus, asylum-seeking migrants are waiting to have their cases heard for uncertain periods of time. This week, we learn what's it like for them at different stages of their wait. And, a story that reminds us how closely connected all of us are: Jean Kapenda is from the Democratic Republic of Congo and he's been using genetic testing to find distant cousins all over the globe. Kapenda met his cousin for the first time in The World's Boston studio.
A racist, anti-immigrant manifesto was posted online just before the El Paso shooting that killed 22. One expert says, if left unchecked, racist, nationalistic thinking can lead to violence — even civil war.