San Francisco shows support for France

San Francisco, November 16, 2015

Hundreds gathered outside of San Francisco’s City Hall Sunday for a vigil to show their support for France.

Hundreds of people gathered to honor France and the memories of the more than one hundred killed in Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris outside of San Francisco's City Hall, November 15, 2015. Photo by Stephen Dorian Miner

Hundreds of people gathered to honor France and the memories of the more than one hundred killed in Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris outside of San Francisco’s City Hall, November 15, 2015. Photo by Stephen Dorian Miner

Anais Gazeau of Troyes and Marion Bertranet of Bordeaux - both in the United States to work as nannies - came to show their support for France and honor the memories of the more than one hundred killed in Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris outside of San Francisco's City Hall, November 15, 2015. Photo by Stephen Dorian Miner

Anais Gazeau of Troyes and Marion Bertranet of Bordeaux – both in the United States to work as nannies – came to show their support for France and honor the memories of the more than one hundred killed in Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris outside of San Francisco’s City Hall, November 15, 2015. Photo by Stephen Dorian Miner

After the tragedy in Paris last Friday where more than one hundred were killed and hundreds injured in several coordinated terrorist attacks, millions from across the globe have come out to show their support for France to help the country and its residents heal from the malicious attacks orchestrated by ISIS – the self proclaimed Islamic State.

Hundreds of people gathered to honor France and the memories of the more than one hundred killed in Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris outside of San Francisco's City Hall, November 15, 2015. Photo by Stephen Dorian Miner

San Francisco did its part with a vigil where people chanted ‘Viva la France’ and speakers orated in both English and French. A makeshift memorial was set up at the base of the steps of City Hall where flowers were laid, candles were lit and a sheet of paper laid out for people to share their thoughts, prayers and hopes.