Monday, June 6 at 8 p.m.
NOT IN OUR TOWN II travels to communities inspired to act against intolerance by the story of Billings, Montana residents who stopped an upsurge of hate violence. From Bloomington, Illinois to New York City to Columbia, South Carolina, citizens rebuild churches and act to prevent racially-motivated arson. From Columbus, Ohio to Novato, California to Kokomo, Indiana, office workers, police officers, and newspaper reporters create positive community solutions to hate violence and the resurgence of Ku Klux Klan activity.
When Hate Turns Deadly — In Medford Oregon, residents hold community meetings to raise awareness about the growing threat of hate activities after a lesbian couple was murdered by a man who admits it was a hate crime. Schoolteachers create innovative lesson plans to address the issue.