Hundreds gather for ‘No Hate, No Fear’ vigil in Stamford

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A No Hate, No Fear community vigil was held in Stamford Sunday.

Hundreds, including local politicians and faith leaders, gathered at Temple Beth-El to condemn anti-Semitism.

Gov. Ned Lamont said the recent wave of anti-Semitism attacks are an attack on all, and people must stand up against them.

“I think of us as one big family here in Connecticut, and we look out for each other and an attack upon your synagogue is an attack upon my church and attack upon your mosque because we are in this together and I take that to heart,” said Lamont.

The event was hosted by numerous organizations including the Interfaith Council of Southwestern Connecticut and the United Jewish Federation.

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