Almost every day, a new hate incident is in the news. Mosques and synagogues are being vandalized, people of color, immigrants and LGBT people are threatened on a daily basis. For over 20 years, as a leader of Not In Our Town, I’ve reported on community response to hate violence across the country. Hate is not new, but we have never seen the level of hate activity that has been reported in the past few months. In this volatile time, there are also remarkable signs of hope and solidarity, and that’s the story NIOT seeks to highlight every day.
February 22, 2017 - 10:23pm
February 16, 2017 - 12:00pm
We are so inspired by the work of Not In Our Town Bowling Green. Check out this story and video about how a community took a stand against hate and violence.
January 31, 2017 - 5:37pm
What would you do if you saw a swaztika painted on the wall where you went to school? When it happened in Nick Salazar's town he knew he had to do something.
January 30, 2017 - 12:28pm
The day after Executive Orders that barred people from entering the United States from Muslim countries and called for mass deportations, and a hate attack at a mosque in Quebec that claimed six lives, NIOT groups were convening across the country to discuss how to support Muslim and immigrant residents.
January 13, 2017 - 4:45pm
Photograph by AFP, Getty Images Three Ways to Spend the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday 1. Serve Your Community Find a service action in your community and join up, or rally and march in your town. Take this day to get to know fellow community members and build connections. 2. Learn About the Legacy of the Civil Rights Movement Read Dr. King’s Speeches or Biography. Watch the Movies: Selma, Freedom Riders, and Eyes on the Prize. Watch this short video: 3. Make a Commitment to Stand up to Hate