At least 200 people wore yellow, waved signs, and pledged unity with their neighbors, saying hateful actions against refugees don't represent the Concord they know.
As Namory Keita and the West African Drummers played, the crowd swelled. People drifted in, many wearing yellow shirts.
They picked up yellow and black signs proclaiming Love Your Neighbor. Soon, the lawn was a sea of yellow.
A series of speakers denounced the crime that occurred early this month – one that shocked people here in the state capitol.