Source: The San Francisco Chronicle
On September 13, 2001, The San Francisco Chronicle reported on Interfaith events in the Bay Area in which people of "a wide range of traditions called for a large outdoor interfaith memorial service where residents could mourn for the victims as well as meditate on the impact of racism." The article quoted Charles Gibbs of the United Religions Initiative: "'We need to draw distinctions between people who are dedicated to violence regardless of religion and people who are dedicated to peace regardless of their religion.'" The San Francisco Day of Remembrance is to be held September 17. The article continued, "Meanwhile, there were at least two outdoor prayer and peace vigils scheduled last night in San Francisco, along with an interfaith service at Grace Cathedral."