The greater Lowell area is home to people of all ages, races, and religions. We speak different languages, have all kinds of families and identities, share varied interests, and abilities. What we have in common is that we find home here, where all are welcome. The Greater Lowell Interfaith Leadership Alliance celebrates the diversity and seeks to deepen understanding and respect.
To demonstrate our continued commitment to a community where all feel safe, GLILA is participating with the Hollywood-North Park Community Association in Chicago in their “Hate Has No Home Here” campaign. They developed signs you can display on your front lawn or window reaffirming that “Hate Has No Home Here”; we have adapted those signs to reflect the languages most representative of greater Lowell: English, Khmer, Arabic, Hebrew, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Design services have been donated by a member of the Hollywood-North Park community in Chicago. Coordination in Lowell is organized by the Greater Lowell Interfaith Leadership Association (GLILA). GLILA is committed to be a united force for spiritual and moral leadership and cooperation within the Greater Lowell community and to promote dialogue among the faith traditions.
In order to print and distribute the signs we’re asking for your donation. When funded, we’ll reach out to our community to distribute our signs and posters to all who may wish to participate.
The “No Hate” logo and artwork are copyright 2016 Steven Luce, Hollywood-North Park Community Association. Permission is granted to reproduce and distribute the content of this site in accordance with the published usage guidelines. Click here for information.