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Stand Together Against Violence, Fear, and Hate

  • Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ 2118 South 3rd Avenue Bozeman, MT, 59715 United States (map)

https://www.facebook.com/events/900923960022841/905133569601880/

Audio: https://www.facebook.com/100008834290945/videos/1519144061723389/?ref=notif&notif_t=video_wall_create

Stand against the hate & fear of refugees, immigrants, & Muslims- Stand Together!

Bozeman Speakers: Sarah Krumm, Montana Human Rights Network; John Heilman, Montana Racial Equity Project; Rev. Dr. Nina Grey, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Bozeman; Rabbi Ed Stafman, Congregation Beth Shalom, Bozeman; Dr. Ahmed Al-Kaisy, Islamic Center of Bozeman

Join Soft Landing Missoula, the Jeanette Rankin Peace Center, Montana Human Rights Network, Montana Women Vote, National Coalition Building Institute, Missoula Interfaith Collaborative, Montana Immigrant Justice Alliance, Montana ACLU, the Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, Standing Alongside America's Muslims (SALAM), Adapt Montana, Forward Montana, Not in Our Town, Native Generational Change, YWCA, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Montana, Glacier, Bozeman, and Billings, First United Methodist Church, UM Diversity Advisory Council, Western Montana Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, Love Lives Here, Imagine Nation Brewing, UM Allies, the Student Involvement Network and Openway Mindfulness Center, Abbey Shelter, Glacier Jewish Community, Whitefish United Methodist Church, Islamic Center of Bozeman, Gallatin Valley Interfaith Association, Montana Association of Christians, Christus Collegium, Center for Campus Ministry, LuMin Lutheran Campus Ministry—Bozeman, Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ, Montana Racial Equity Project, and many others in this rally against hate.

Lets gather to show the strength of our values and begin to refocus the conversation to represent who Montana truly is - a place of inclusivity and compassion. There is a narrative spreading throughout our country right now about race and religion that we see metastasizing around us and can't let go unchecked. Join us to rally and document support with a group photo!

*Note: We’re holding this rally in the spirit of openness and warmth, so please don’t negatively engage with any opponents who may show up. Also, please do not bring partisan political signs.

Earlier Event: February 23
MTREP Book Club
Later Event: March 3
Tell the Senate: Do Your Job