Happy New Year from Not In Our Town!

The big message in our first e-news of the year is that NIOT is in high demand. Communities across the country are asking for help to respond to and prevent hate incidents. There is so much to do. Thank you for your support, and here's to a productive year working with all of you to stop hate in 2017.

Demand for NIOT Across America. Start a Group!

Community members from 40 cities have reached out to NIOT over the past few weeks asking for support to take action and start NIOT groups. They are looking for a connection with the NIOT network. If you haven't done it already, here's how you can start a NIOT group.    Learn more >

Jewish Families Under Attack In Montana

In December, hate groups targeted Jewish families in Montana. Residents of Whitefish and Missoula took swift action and people across the country are responding using the Not In Our Town model. Here's what you can do.  Read more >
NIOT Film Goes Viral on FB

The NIOT Billings, Montana and the 10,000 menorahs film  reached almost 3 million people on Facebook. 12,000 users reacted to the film (liked), 27,589 people shared it, and 832 comments were added.  

NIOT shares a wealth of films, actions steps, and other resources on social media that allow people to discuss and problem solve together. We want to hear your feedback and ideas!   Join the conversation >

New NIOT Films

NIOT and the DOJ COPS office are releasing three new films, including NIOT Manhattan Beach. Stay tuned and watch our Facebook page and niot.org for these stories about powerful anti-hate action. Here's a sneak preview.   Watch trailer >

Bend, Oregon Makes NIOT Anti-Hate Proclamation

People in Bend, Oregon are working with their city to stand up to hate by emphasizing support for immigrants, students, educators, and police. The hope is to foster tolerance and acceptance into 2017 and beyond.   Full article >

Fundraising Update

We are just over half way to our $20,000 fundraising goal. Please help us cross the finish line! Thanks to everyone who gave.

Communities and schools across the country are asking for our films, online resources and action plans but 
we can't meet these demands without your help! 
Donate today >