NIOT in Massachusetts 

Two screenings of Not In Our Town films in Massachusetts sparked discussion about how to resist hate and intolerance in campus and community settings and paved the way for a Not In Our County campaign in Berkshire County. 

Patrice O'Neill presented  Light in the Darkness at the Mahaiwe Theater in Great Barrington, MA and  Waking in Oak Creek at UMASS Boston with the Conflict Resolution School. 

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People of different faiths bust barriers to peace

Not In Our Town Bowling Green organized an interfaith event where "More than 250 people gathered for food, fellowship and to break down walls that have been built between faiths over centuries." Speakers from Islam, Hinduism, Judaism, Native American, Buddhism and Christianity tried to bust myths surrounding their faiths. Full story here>

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Introducing Not In Our Town Clarkstown, NY

A diverse group of about 75 people came out for the  Not In Our Town - Clarkstown, Rockland County, NY  interfaith event to learn from one another and to unite in their stand against hatred. Read the story here> 

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