Not In Our Town Billings
The culmination of months of hard work and research came to a head Tuesday for a group of Billings West High students as they began setting up a museum exhibit they created on hate speech and hate crimes in Billings.
Beau Linnell, a junior at West High, didn’t realize just how much he’d learn about hate crimes in Billings when he started a class project earlier this year looking at the impact of the town’s stand against such crimes 20 years ago.
Participants wave as the fourth annual "I Am Billings" community photo is take at Pioneer Park in Billings Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014. The event is hosted by "Not In Our Town Billings".
The celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Billings has grown from a daylong celebration to one that continues through three days, and 2014's slate of events is no different.
Not In Our Town, Billings marks 20th anniversary
Billings residents gathered at Pioneer Park to celebrate community diversity for the Not In Our Town "I Am Billings" community photo on Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011.
Sometime between Nov. 19 and Nov. 20, someone slipped a flier under the doormat at the Billings Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.