State Assembly Honors Victims of San Bernardino Terrorist Attack

State Assembly Honors Victims of San Bernardino Terrorist Attack

Sacramento

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47th Assembly District Representative Cheryl Brown led the California State Assembly in a special adjournment in memory of the victims of the December 2nd terrorist attack in San Bernardino. As part of her tribute to the victims, an emotional Brown read the moving poem, We Remember Them by Sylvan Kamens and Rabbi Jack Riemer. “So long as we live, they shall live for they are a part of us. They sacrificed. We remember them.”

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