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Rabbis and leaders of other faiths gathered with more than 1,000 people Monday night to honor those who were gunned-down by anti-Semite, Robert Bowers in Pittsburgh.

Those in attendance spoke of condemning and confronting anti-Semitism; WIBC host Tony Katz says they stopped short of denouncing bigotry right here in Indianapolis. After all, Indianapolis Congressman Andre Carson works with and supports Louis Farrakhan, who has called Hitler a “great man” and compared Jews to termites.

Click the link below to hear why Tony says confronting bigotry starts at home: