Hundreds honor Pittsburgh dead at GR vigil

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (via WOOD TV 8) — A large crowd gathered in downtown Grand Rapids Thursday evening to honor the victims of a shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh.

Heedless of the chilly weather, hundreds of people at Calder Plaza lit candles and sang. Speakers of different faiths shared a message of unity and urged an end to hatred.

"That man killed Jews, but he did not kill our spirit," one speaker said.

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