PHOENIX - Hundreds of Arizonans gathered in downtown Phoenix on Sunday evening to stand up against bigotry and hatred.
Black Lives Matter Phoenix and the east Valley NAACP held a “Phoenix Against Hate” prayer vigil at Phillips Memorial Christian Methodist Episcopal Church near 14th and Adams streets. The event comes a day after protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia spoke out against a demonstration held by white nationalists.
Ingrid Osses was among the group of attendees.
"We teach our kids that diversity is OK. My husband is white; I'm Latino," Osses said.