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May 9, 2023 - 3:32pm
On May 1st, more than 300 people gathered at Directors Guild of America for a screening of Repairing the World: Stories from The Tree of Life. In collaboration with IKAR Congregation, Not In Our Town, The Righteous Conversations Project, and 30 faith based,civil rights, and civic organizations,  Angelenos viewed a short version of the film and discussed how to address rising antisemitism and hate. 
April 30, 2023 - 7:10pm
Bloomington-Normal, IL became the first “Not In Our Town (NIOT)” community, helping to inspire and spark the movement in cities across the U.S. Now, more than 26 years later, this community continues to lead a charge against hate. On Monday, April 17, 2023, community members, students, city and law enforcement leaders came together to screen NIOT’s new film Repairing the World: Stories From the Tree of Life, and discuss how to continue to build inclusive and loving environments that make hate less likely. 
March 22, 2023 - 11:20am
Not In Our Town is honored to be a community partner for The Bias Inside Us, a groundbreaking exhibit about how to recognize and counter implicit bias. 
March 3, 2023 - 2:25pm
Two free community screenings in Walnut Creek and Los Angeles coming up this month. The Walnut Creek event will include a Q&A with Director Patrice O’Neill. Hosted by Campolindo and supported by iKind. The LA screening will feature a discussion with film director and community leaders led by Rabbi Sharon Brous. Community partners include IKAR, The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, LA vs. Hate, LA Civil Rights, LA is for Everyone, The Righteous Conversations Project, ADL-LA, 30 Years After, JQ International and Newground | A Muslim-Jewish Partnership for Change. Join us!
February 25, 2023 - 10:10am
We encourage every community to stand in solidarity with the Jewish community and explicitly condemn this type of hatred. We must surround communities that feel threatened and targeted. Solidarity is the solution to this type of divisive hate. We encourage every community to voice their support for their local and national Jewish neighbors.