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It's a thirty five now another shooting tragedy an employee opened fire at one of the nation's largest breweries in Milwaukee killing five fellow workers before taking his own life police say the attacker at the Molson Coors complex was a fifty one year old Milwaukee man investigators have no immediate motive for the attack and they did not release details about the shooter nor did they release anything about how the shooting unfolded officers worked for hours to clear the more than twenty buildings in the complex where more than a thousand people work the facility is also home to corporate offices in engineering departments the public takes tourists underground caves where beer was once stored sixty five years after fourteen year old Emmett till was lynched in Mississippi Congress has approved legislation that designates lynching as a hate crime under federal law the torture and murder until in nineteen fifty five help to inspire the civil rights movement here's California congresswoman Karen bass the chair of the congressional black caucus even today periodically you hear new stories of nooses being left on college campuses worker locker rooms to threaten and terrorize African Americans a vicious reminder that the past is never that far away Congress has failed to pass anti lynching legislation nearly two hundred times since nineteen hundred Illinois representative Bobby rush of Chicago district includes tells former home introduced the bill which he says will belatedly achieve justice Patil and more than four thousand other lynching victims a middle school in Silver Spring could have a new name by twenty twenty two last February that Montgomery County council president Nancy Navarro as the school board to consider renaming colonel E. broccoli middle school because he was a segregationist the school is one of the more diverse schools in the country with a student population that sixty percent Hispanic twenty six percent black and eight percent Asian affairs debate reports leave founded the county's planning department but historians say he put in place policies prohibiting African Americans from buying or renting homes and subdivisions coming up on WTOP lawmakers look at dealing with health emergencies at the university system of Maryland I'm Kate Ryan eight thirty seven is a paid commercial message.