Edie Murphy of Winters, center, holds a sign against anti-Semitism as Barbara Graffigna of Citrus Heights, left, and Carole Tatem, right, stand with her during the Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region’s rally at the state Capitol on Monday in Sacramento. The group held the rally in response to recent events worldwide, including the painting of swastika on a Jewish fraternity at UC Davis and the controversy over a swastika display at a Sacramento home.
Edie Murphy of Winters, center, holds a sign against anti-Semitism as Barbara Graffigna of Citrus Heights, left, and Carole Tatem, right, stand with her during the Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region’s rally at the state Capitol on Monday in Sacramento. The group held the rally in response to recent events worldwide, including the painting of swastika on a Jewish fraternity at UC Davis and the controversy over a swastika display at a Sacramento home. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Edie Murphy of Winters, center, holds a sign against anti-Semitism as Barbara Graffigna of Citrus Heights, left, and Carole Tatem, right, stand with her during the Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region’s rally at the state Capitol on Monday in Sacramento. The group held the rally in response to recent events worldwide, including the painting of swastika on a Jewish fraternity at UC Davis and the controversy over a swastika display at a Sacramento home. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

Capitol rally denounces anti-Semitism after swastika incidents in Sacramento area

March 09, 2015 9:04 PM

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