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October 11, 2022 - 2:28pm
Pardeep Kaleka is the new Co-Director of Not In Our Town. "We are grateful and elated to welcome Pardeep Kaleka as a new leader in this movement to stop hate and build inclusion in our communities.  I could not imagine a better partner in this work than Pardeep.  His experience, wisdom and commitment will help guide this community driven movement at a crucial time. I know his words and actions will inspire millions to stand up and speak out. " - Patrice O’Neill, Founder and Co-Director Not In Our Town
September 25, 2022 - 11:41am
A new NIOT documentary, "Repairing the World: Stories From the Tree of Life," not only shows the extraordinary aftermath where an entire community joined hands to heal, but also examines the threat to democracy and human rights by white extremists. Please watch this important conversation, hosted by the Lipman Center for Journalism and Civil and Human Rights at Columbia University.
September 17, 2022 - 3:40pm
The United We Stand Summit at the White House bought together Uniters from all across our country to address the rise of hate-fueled violence in the United States, including Not In our Town Leader Pardeep Kaleka. He shares what it was like to talk about the work he has been doing in his community and across the country to stop hate. 
August 11, 2022 - 11:58am
In the decade since Oak Creek Temple Shooting, the local sangat has continued to commemorate this devastating loss while also modeling the resilience inherent in the Sikh faith. On the weekend of August 5, 2022, Sikh Americans and allies from across the country came together in Oak Creek to recognize this milestone. The events of the Oak Creek 10th Anniversary Remembrance were titled “Heal, Unite, Act!”
July 28, 2022 - 8:25am
“Repairing the World” has been selected as one of the films being shown at the SF Jewish Film Festival on July 31. The film’s producer, Patrice O’Neill, and NIOT member Jeff Greendorfer, joined KGO 810 San Francisco's John Rothmann on July 27 to talk about the film and what communities can learn from the response to hate in Pittsburgh.