San Francisco’s Japantown holds vigil against hate, concern about Muslim registry

People came together in San Francisco’s Japantown on Tuesday night to hold a vigil against hate.

It comes after divisive rhetoric that was used during the presidential campaign and after multiple reports of hate crimes across the country.

People gathered at Japantown’s Peace Plaza in solidarity, saying that asking Muslims to sign a registry is just the beginning of institutionalized segregation.

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