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James Neiss/staff photographer
Niagara Falls, NY - A a show of solidarity Mayor Paul Dyster lead rally attendees in the Pledge of Allegiance. Standing with Mayors Nationwide, Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster, was joined by community leaders near the entrance of Niagara Falls State Park for a rally to combat racism, extremism and bigotry. Here, Rabbi Jonathan Freirich of Buffalo, says a few words.
For Immediate Release: August 17, 2017
Contact: Meg Rossman | (716) 286-4310 | (716) 383-8973
Standing with Mayors Nationwide, Mayor Dyster, Community Leaders Rally to Combat Racism, Extremism and Bigotry
Event to Highlight New and Ongoing Efforts to Protect Rights of Residents and Visitors
Niagara Falls, N.Y. - Standing with Mayors across the United States, Mayor Paul A. Dyster will join elected officials, law enforcement, clergy and community leaders to combat hate, extremism and bigotry in the City of Niagara Falls. One of many simultaneous events taking place across the country as part of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, speakers will highlight new and ongoing efforts to protect the rights of residents and the more than 6 million tourists from all walks of life who visit Niagara Falls every year.
WHERE: Niagara Falls State Park entrance
(At the foot of Old Falls Street)
*Parking available along the 300 block of Old Falls Street & the city parking ramp on Rainbow Blvd.*
Special Assistant to the Mayor
City Hall - 745 Main St.
PO Box 69
Niagara Falls, NY 14302