New York and the World Mark the National Day of Remembrance

In the aftermath of last weekend's shooting at a synagogue in California, and the Tree of Life shooting in Pittsburgh six months ago, dozens came together Wednesday night to remember not only those who died, but the six-million victims of the Holocaust in World War II.

Rabbi Roy Feldman says these recent incidents have a lot of people concerned about the rise of Anti-Semitism.

Ruth Facher Mendel, who was able to escape the Nazis in 1940, and says that hate is rearing its head again.

Gov. Cuomo issued a statement on Wednesday's National Day of Remembrance, saying there's no place for hate in New York, and we must speak out against intolerance and Anti-Semitism wherever we encounter it.

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