Beverly Hills residents were on their feet Sunday, singing in unison along with Faithful Central Bible Church Choir of Inglewood at The Wallis for a concert commemorating 25 years since the City hosted the group following the Rodney King riots, when then-Mayor Robert Tanenbaum (third from right) reached out to then-Pastor, now Bishop Kenneth Ulmer (second from right) for the concert entitled Voices of Hope. Ulmer’s work has expanded to include the Ulmer Institute, treating trauma for all people, in all walks of life (www.theulmerinstitute.org). Pictured left to right are Beverly Hills City Clerk Byron Pope, a congregant and choir member, LL Cool J, former Mayor Robert Tanenbaum, Patti Tanenbaum and Bishop Kenneth Ulmer.
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