Billings,     January     28.     The     Grace     United Methodist    Church    gathered    residents    of    the Billings   to   say   no   to   hate.   Powerful   speeches   of Penny   Ronning,   Chuck   Tooley,   Gwen   Kircher and      Margaret      MacDonald      inspired      the audience.   "I   thought   I   left   the   war   behind   but now   I   realize   I   need   to   be   the   soldier   again. And   you   should   be   the   soldier   too. And   how   will we   fight?   #1   love   your   neighbor.   #2   say   the truth   and   the   truth   will   set   you   free",   -   Chuck Tooley said. Each   of   the   visitors   could   express   their   opinion about   racist   graffiti,   homophobic   flyers   and   the situation   that   has   developed   in   Billings   at   the   moment,   in   connection   with   the   activity   of   the grouping 406.    "Great   turn   out   for   UPSTANDERS   to   combat   Hate   in   our   community.   160   people   showed up   to   support   the   Church   that   recently   had   hate   literature   at   Grace   United   Methodist   and   to show   up   to   support   we   do   not   tolerate   hateful   graffiti   at   our   schools   and   parks.   We   handed out   We   Stand   Together   posters   for   windows   and   cards   that   ask   you   to   report   these   actions to   Billings   Police   Department   and   Human   Rights   Network   web   page.   Recently   we   were   also asked   to   report   these   actions   to   the   FBI   here   in   Billings   so   they   know   to   investigate.   Please, always   let   us   know   by   Facebook   or   our   webpage   and   we   will   do   our   best   to   help   with   clean up   and   reporting.   Thank   you   Billings   for   your   support   and   compassion",   -   written   on   the   FB page     of     Not     In     Our     Town Billings Coming   next:   Billings   SURJ Meeting 6.00 - 8.00 pm Billings Public Library 510 N Broadway Join    us    for    discussion    and action-planning      for      racial justice in our communities. In   light   of   recent   hate   crimes and   vandalism,   we   will   focus on           intervention           and response   to   these   incidents. All    resources    are    welcome, so    please    come    with    any suggestions you may have.
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Billings,    January    28.    The    Grace United   Methodist   Church   gathered residents   of   the   Billings   to   say   no to    hate.    Powerful    speeches    of Penny     Ronning,     Chuck     Tooley, Gwen      Kircher      and      Margaret MacDonald   inspired   the   audience. "I   thought   I   left   the   war   behind   but now    I    realize    I    need    to    be    the soldier      again.      And      you should    be    the    soldier    too. And    how    will    we    fight?    #1 love    your    neighbor.    #2    say the   truth   and   the   truth   will   set you    free",    -    Chuck    Tooley said. Each    of    the    visitors    could express    their    opinion    about racist                 graffiti, homophobic        flyers and   the   situation   that has      developed      in Billings         at         the moment,                   in connection    with    the activity         of         the grouping 406.     "Great    turn    out    for UPSTANDERS         to combat    Hate    in    our community.            160 people   showed   up   to   support   the   Church   that   recently   had   hate literature   at   Grace   United   Methodist   and   to   show   up   to   support   we do    not    tolerate    hateful    graffiti    at    our    schools    and    parks.    We handed   out   We   Stand   Together   posters   for   windows   and   cards that   ask   you   to   report   these   actions   to   Billings   Police   Department and        Human R    i    g    h    t    s      Network      web page.   Recently we    were    also asked   to   report these     actions to   the   FBI   here in     Billings     so they    know    to   Please,   always let   us   know   by Facebook       or our      webpage and   we   will   do our   best   to   help   with   clean   up   and   reporting. Thank   you   Billings   for your   support   and   compassion",   -   written   on   the   FB   page   of   Not   In Our Town Billings Coming next: Billings SURJ Meeting 6.00 - 8.00 pm Billings             Public Library 510 N Broadway Join           us           for discussion            and action-planning     for racial   justice   in   our communities. In     light     of     recent hate       crimes       and vandalism,     we     will focus                       on intervention          and response     to     these incidents.   All   resources   are   welcome,   so   please   come   with any suggestions you may have.
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  Billings Today: Stop Hate. Together