BX residents honor terror attack victims at vigil

Bronx residents attended a candlelight vigil today to mourn those lost in the Paris attacks.



Members of the Bronx Community Council said that when one community hurts, all communities hurt and that having vigils lets Parisians know that the Bronx community stands with them and supports them.



The Bronx Community Council also added that whether one person or 10 people light a candle for those lost, it showed the support of the Bronx.



"We don't need any place of terror and we need to save our kids and future generation," says Bronx Community Council president Shabbir Gull. 


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