In late June, an act of vandalism damaged a panel on one of the six 54-foot glass towers that make up the New England Holocaust Memorial. Police and city officials acted quickly, identifying and arresting the suspect immediately and replacing the damaged panel within a matter of days. On July 11, Prince Lobel attorney Mike Ross participated in the revealing of the new panel and the rededication of the monument which his father, Steve Ross, helped found. “We must use this episode to call for unity,” said Ross, “Let us rededicate ourselves to speaking out for the other.” Ross praised the community and law enforcement for their fast response to the crime and their support in helping to rebuild the monument and condemn the act. You can read more about the re-dedication in this article from The Boston Herald and can watch video of the ceremony here.