Never has it been more important to be an upstander. If there is any upside to this moment, it's that people across the country are standing up for their neighbors and community in the fight against hate and intolerance. We witness this every day, and the past few weeks at Not In Our Town have reminded us what's at stake, and what's possible.
It's been a busy September at Not In Our Town. We screened Light in the Darkness at a community gathering in Mill Valley of parents, students and local leaders united against the outbreak of racist graffiti
. Patrice participated in the Women in the World Summit in Toronto. And on September 12, Not In Our Town was invited to participate in a panel on fighting intolerance in the Bay area.
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