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Not In Our Town

Students Luke Grabski and Casey Swick share

Students Luke Grabski and Casey Swick share

Students Luke Grabski, left, and Casey Swick share their thoughts on using proper pronouns and how to get students involved during the final day of the Not In Our Town gathering on Sunday at The Northern Hotel.

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Sarah Anthony enjoys a "wake up" song

Sarah Anthony enjoys a "wake up" song

Sarah Anthony raises her hands to clap and dance during a song on the last day of the Not In Our Town gathering.

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Chuck Tooley and Sandra Anderson

Chuck Tooley and Sandra Anderson

Chuck Tooley, left, greets friend Sandra Anderson during the final events of the Not In Our Town conference Sunday at The Northern Hotel.

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San Francisco HRC's Theresa Sparks

San Francisco HRC's Theresa Sparks

Executive director of the San Francisco Human Rights Commission Theresa Sparks speaks to the gathering on Sunday.

June 22, 2014 12:03 pmLoading…
From the editor: Not in our town -- 20 years ago or today

From the editor: Not in our town -- 20 years ago or today

It's not a question I get every day.

June 22, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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NIOT Panel

NIOT Panel

A panel of men and women affected by the hate crimes throughout Billings’s past gathers to answer questions from the public as part of the Not In Our Town conference Saturday at the Babcock Theatre.

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NIOT Panel

NIOT Panel

Former Billings Symphony conductor Uri Barnea speaks about his experience with hate crime during a public panel Saturday.

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NIOT Panel

NIOT Panel

A panel of men and women affected by the hate crimes throughout Billings’ past gathers to answer questions from the public as part of the Not In Our Town conference Saturday at the Babcock Theatre.

June 21, 2014 9:29 pmLoading…
Leaders of original Not In Our Town movement give panel discussion

Leaders of original Not In Our Town movement give panel discussion

When a brick was thrown through a 5-year-old Jewish boy’s bedroom window in 1993 because it was decorated with a colorful menorah, Margie MacDonald inspired the community to take a stand.

June 21, 2014 4:43 pm Photos

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Not in Our Town comes home to Billings after 20 years

Not in Our Town comes home to Billings after 20 years

Twenty years ago, hate reached a boiling point in Billings.

June 20, 2014 11:06 pm Photos

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Not In Our Town Opening Reception

Not In Our Town Opening Reception

Community members enjoy food and engage in conversation at the Not In Our Town opening reception Friday the Western Heritage Center.

June 20, 2014 9:00 pm Photos

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Not In Our Town Reception

Not In Our Town Reception

Attendees enjoy presentations, food, drinks and like-minded company at the Not In Our Town opening reception Friday the Western Heritage Center.

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Billings UU Fellowship members Susie Henry and Susan Hills

Billings UU Fellowship members Susie Henry and Susan Hills

Billings Unitarian Universalist Fellowship members Susie Henry, left, and Susan Hills, right, chat together at the Not In Our Town opening reception Friday the Western Heritage Center.

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Lyda Adair and Jaq Quanbeck chat with friends

Lyda Adair and Jaq Quanbeck chat with friends

Lyda Adair, left, and Jaq Quanbeck, right, chat with friends at the Not In Our Town opening reception Friday the Western Heritage Center.

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Not In Our Town Reception

Not In Our Town Reception

Community members enjoy food and drink at the Not In Our Town opening reception Friday the Western Heritage Center.

June 20, 2014 8:56 pmLoading…
Who are you? Who are we?

Who are you? Who are we?

Community members engage with the "Who are you? Who are we?" art exhibit created by Billings West High School students at the Not In Our Town opening reception Friday the Western Heritage Center.

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Councilwoman Becky Bird

Councilwoman Becky Bird

Billings City Councilwoman Becky Bird talks with attendees at the Not In Our Town opening reception Friday at the Western Heritage Center.

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Viewing "Who are you? Who are we?"

Viewing "Who are you? Who are we?"

Community members view the "Who are you? Who are we?" art exhibit created by Billings West High School students at the Not In Our Town opening reception Friday the Western Heritage Center.

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Mayor Hanel greets NOW President Marian Bradley

Mayor Hanel greets NOW President Marian Bradley

Billings Mayor Thomas Hanel greets Marian Bradley, President of the National Organization for Women in Montana at the Not In Our Town opening reception Friday the Western Heritage Center.

June 20, 2014 8:56 pmLoading…
Bricks, a menorah, and a replica broken window

Bricks, a menorah, and a replica broken window

Bricks, a menorah, and a replica broken window are part of “Who Are You, Who Are We? Billings Stands Against Discrimination.” The exhibit, created by West High students, opens to the public Saturday and will be up through year’s end at the Western Heritage Center.

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