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Hate Has No Home Here Campaign

Family Friendly Racial Justice Organizing and Advocacy
Family Friendly Racial Justice Organizing and Advocacy

A single publicly displayed HHNHH sign can, in a single moment, comfort and strengthen anyone who has ever been targeted by hateful speech or action. While these moments may be silent and unseen, we are sowing the seeds of the world we want - and strengthening ourselves in the process.

The sign also declares publicly that hate speech and hateful actions against others will not be tolerated by the person or organization displaying the sign.

While our recent work has focused on distributing this multi-language sign for display in local shops, in the months ahead we plan to expand on that work, especially engaging with other local secular and faith communities. Our goal is to increase the density of placement of the image and its message throughout the city. Because there has been hesitation and even reluctance in our neighborhood to display it, we believe that the more shops and organizations we can persuade to take one, the more supported and encouraged others will feel to join.

Our vision is to make this simple message visible throughout the city and tri-state area, with banners flying from any building willing to fly it. Please join us!

This group will meet every other month.

For more information, contact Nora Gaines at ngaines@bankstreet.edu.

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Hate Has No Home Here Campaign
Family Friendly Racial Justice Organizing and Advocacy

A single publicly displayed HHNHH sign can, in a single moment, comfort and strengthen anyone who has ever been targeted by hateful speech or action. While these moments may be silent and unseen, we are sowing the seeds of the world we want - and strengthening ourselves in the process.

The sign also declares publicly that hate speech and hateful actions against others will not be tolerated by the person or organization displaying the sign.

While our recent work has focused on distributing this multi-language sign for display in local shops, in the months ahead we plan to expand on that work, especially engaging with other local secular and faith communities. Our goal is to increase the density of placement of the image and its message throughout the city. Because there has been hesitation and even reluctance in our neighborhood to display it, we believe that the more shops and organizations we can persuade to take one, the more supported and encouraged others will feel to join.

Our vision is to make this simple message visible throughout the city and tri-state area, with banners flying from any building willing to fly it. Please join us!

This group will meet every other month.

For more information, contact Nora Gaines at ngaines@bankstreet.edu.

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