Special Showing

Not In Our Town

Wednesday, April 26 at 7pm

To make the Berkshires more welcoming to people under increased threat, Greylock Together is partnering with Gwendolyn Hampton-VanSant from Multicultural BRIDGE to host a viewing of the short documentary "Not In Our Town" followed by discussion on inclusiveness and what we can do to make others more at home in our region. We'll ask for a minimum donation of $5 per person to defray costs.


Not In Our Town

This critically acclaimed PBS special sparked a national movement against hate and intolerance and tells the uplifting story of how the residents of Billings, Montana, joined together when their neighbors were threatened by white supremacists.

In 1993, Billings was rocked with a wave of hate crimes. The residents of Billings, the faith community, government leaders, labor, and community organizations pulled together to stand against hate and intolerance and to say: "NOT IN OUR TOWN". It was a movement that inspired a documentary series that has engaged communities around the world. We are here to carry forth and advance that legacy.

  • Runtime: 27 minutes
  • Genre: Documentary

This event is presented by Greylock Together and Multicultural BRIDGE