More than a thousand people turned out last night to attend a candlelight vigil in Delano, to show their support that they won’t tolerate hate. On March 12th someone broke into and vandalized the house of Latanza Douglas, her husband and their three foster children. “Get out” was spray-painted on the siding, and the vandals also left a note that said “Next time it’s going to be fire.” Swastikas were drawn on interior and exterior walls, items were stolen or damaged. Despite the outpouring of support from the community, the Douglas family have left their home to live in a community where they feel more welcome. No arrests in the case have been made.