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Inside the collapsed tower, a microcosm of a multicultural city

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“The Christmas tree and menorah were indicative of the open-minded community at Champlain towers; it was, I would say, a very good place,” said Rabbi Eliot H. Pearlson of Temple Menorah, a nearby synagogue, who frequently visited the building for meals and ministering. “If you looked inside, it had Jews — orthodox, conservative, of all kinds — and Christians and Cubans and Venezuelans and Argentines. It was, almost by definition, just like Miami Beach, like Miami-Dade County.”

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