Hundreds at anti-hate vigil in Skokie: ‘There is a culture that seems to allow hate to grow and we need to take a deep look at why’ – Skokie Review

Hundreds of people from different backgrounds filled the parking lot of Temple Beth Israel synagogue in Skokie Monday night to collectively stand against hate two days after 11 Jewish congregants were killed inside their Pittsburgh synagogue.

Each of the dead, who ranged in age from 54 to 97, was remembered at the vigil with a shrine that included lit candles in individual holders bearing each of their names.  Read the full article in the Skokie Review