LET Don't tolerate acts of hate

The Olmsted County Human Rights Commission is appalled that recent episodes of hate literature and acts are still occurring in our community. The Human Rights Commission is leading the effort to reinstate the nationally recognized "Not In Our Town" campaign and encourages you to do your part by embracing this effort.

The "Not In Our Town" campaign doesn't mean that hate will not be here. It does mean that we will recognize it for what it is, will work to eliminate it and will not tolerate acts of hate in our community.

This community is representative of all of American society, comprised of speakers of more than 50 languages, refugees from every nation and members of all of Minnesota's protected classes. This community cannot allow for anything less than respect for every resident. Lynda; Goldberg Commissioner Olmsted; County Human; Rights Commission

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