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News Release

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Media Relations

Together We Stand! Interfaith Gathering for Unity, Love and Mutual Respect NA17055rh

WHAT: Gathering for Unity

WHEN: Sunday, March 26, 2017
4 p.m.

WHERE: Mt. Sinai Cemetery
5950 Forest Lawn
Los Angeles, CA 90068

WHO: Senator Ben Allen
LA City Mayor, Eric Garcetti
Councilman Mitch O"Farrell, District 13
Assembly Woman Laura Friedman
Deputy Chief Horace Frank, Counter-Terrorism and Special Operations Bureau
Commander Peter Zarcone, Counter-Terrorism and Special Operations Bureau
Glendale Mayor, Paula Devine
Burbank Mayor, Jess Talamantes
West Hollywood Mayor, Lauren Meister

WHY: Join us in standing tall and affirming: Los Angeles is a community committed to Unity, Love, and Mutual Respect; that we reject hatred in any form; that we commit to stand in defense of each other in times of vulnerability or danger; that we vow to protect the sanctity of each other's sacred sites; that we cherish the memory and legacy of our beloved ancestors and their teaching of "Love thy Neighbor as Yourself".

We stand in solidarity with those communities already wounded by hate: The violence against our First Nations, Hindus, Sikhs, so many other; our desecrated cemeteries, the arson and vandalism in mosques: our heart goes out to those violated by hate. We say: We Will Stand United, We Will Live Together in Peace.

We Stand Together: Rabbis, Imams, Ministers, Pastors, Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh priests, and Native American Elders, Elected officials (City, County, and State), law enforcement, and community leaders: together representing the intricate tapestry of beautiful Los Angeles.

Event sponsored by the Theodore Bikel Legacy Project Tickets are free, space is LIMITED: Please reserve your tickets at :// You must have a reserved seat to be allowed in.

CONTACT: For further information contact, Media Relations, at (213) 486-5910.