There is going to be a vigil on February 1 for the victims of the Tsunami back in December 26.
If you are in or near SF, please try to attend.
I plan on being there...still not sure if I should bring my floating candle or my tiki torch.
Vigil in Solidarity with the Peoples of the Indian Ocean to be Held
Tuesday, February 1 in San Francisco
A vigil to commemorate individuals and communities impacted by the
devastating earthquake and tsunami on December 26, 2004 will take
place on Tuesday, February 1 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on the steps of
San Francisco City Hall. The vigil is free and open to people of all
In the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami, residents of the San
Francisco Bay Area who have lost parents and other family members,
friends and colleagues in the countries directly affected, as well
as all members of the community affected by the tragedy, will come
together to honor this tremendous loss and struggle -- both for
people so far away, and for us locally -- to create space and time
to grieve, to connect, and to heal.
The Interfaith Council will lead the vigil and invite
representatives of different faith to pray and chant during the
service. The vigil is co-organized by The Asian & Pacific Islander
American Health Forum and Asian & Pacific Islander
Wellness Center, in conjunction with San
Francisco, California, and U. S. elected officials.
What: Vigil in Solidarity with the Peoples of the Indian Ocean
Who: The Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum
Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center
When: Tuesday, February 1
5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Where: City Hall, One Carlton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco
Contact: Cecilia Chung 415-568-3306 phone email@example.com