Participants hold a sign titled, “Terrorism Has No Religion” at an interfaith vigil that honored the memory of the victims of the Orlando massacre. The event was hosted by the Christ Presbyterian Church of La Costa, the San Diego Jewish Collaborative and the North County Islamic Foundation. June 17, 2016 in Carlsbad. Photo by Lou Roubitchek /San Diego Jewish Collaborative
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