‘Hate Has No Home Here’

The Rev. Thomas Fiet, pastor of the Lyall Memorial Federated Church, addressed a crowd gathered at Canoe Hill restaurant on Sunday, Oct. 13, the Hate Has No Home Here campaign launched in response to signs supporting white supremacy recently posted in Millbrook. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

MILLBROOK — A group of roughly 40 people gathered in front of Canoe Hill restaurant on Sunday, Oct. 13, to send a message to the community that “Hate Has No Home Here.” 

Organized by Debbie Wright, it was a chance to discuss the recent spate of signs found posted on poles in Millbrook with messages from white supremacy groups. Signs, buttons and bumper stickers were given out this past weekend, with peace messages in blue and red, as this was totally a non-partisan event. 

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