Residents “Unite Against Hate” at Vigil

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The “Unite Against Hate” candlelight vigil held at the Presbyterian Church at 7:45 p.m. on Monday evening, September 4, attracted nearly 100 people. The event was sponsored by the Livingston Clergy Association and Livingston’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

The candlelight vigil was organized by the groups in response to the anti- Semitic, racist violence that occurred recently in Charlottesville, Virginia. Their goal in holding the event was “to express condemnation of bigotry and hatred as a community.”

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