Senator Serrano's Remarks on Senate Resolution Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

 

(Albany, NY)- Senator Serrano spoke on the Senate floor commemorating the 70th anniversary of D-Day, which occurred on June 6, 1944. D-Day was arguably the most significant turning point in our history. As we approach the 70th anniversary of this historic day, let's remember and honor the courage and sacrifice of the young soldiers who fought and died on the beaches of Europe. They took a stand against the tyranny, totalitarianism, racism and bigotry of that time.

"D-Day was arguably the most significant turning point in our history," said Senator Serrano.  "As we approach the 70th anniversary of this historic day, let's remember and honor the courage and sacrifice of the young soldiers who fought and died on the beaches of Europe. They took a stand against the tyranny, totalitarianism, racism and bigotry of that time. I thank Senator Larkin for bringing this resolution and I hope that we continue to teach this lesson to future generations in schools to know that the sacrifices that were made for the freedoms that we take for granted in this day and age," concluded Serrano. 

To view Senator Serrano's remarks on the Senate floor, CLICK HERE.