'Night of Unity' held for Commack residents

Community members in Commack gathered Sunday to discuss tolerance.



"A Night of Unity," which was held in Dix Hills, allowed the community to discuss having tolerance and mutual respect for one another.



The gathering comes after two high school students in the area were spotted wearing T-shirts with swastikas at an off-campus party during spring break.



Commack High School's superintendent and Jewish community leaders also met this week to begin the healing process.


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