Love Lives Here
Our group was founded in 2010 after a group of local white supremacists began showing films denying the Holocaust in the local library. A group of concerned residents organized peaceful resistance activities, which ended the films - and began an ongoing commitment to equality and diversity.
From November 2016 - January 2017, Love Lives Here made international news as we helped defend the town from online attacks of prominent white supremacists who later threatened an armed march.
Today, we are an affiliate of the Montana Human Rights Network, and we host events that promote education and increase equality for communities that face discrimination:
•People of any ethnic heritage
•People who are LGBTQ
•People of Jewish, Muslim or other faiths
•People with disabilities
•People impacted by poverty