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'Hate Has No Home Here' Campaign In National Spotlight During Women's March

By Patty Wetli | January 23, 2017 9:26am

NORTH PARK — Started by a group of North Park neighbors, the "Hate Has No Home Here" campaign grabbed the national spotlight during media coverage of Saturday's women's marches in cities across the country.

An image of the campaign's poster led a CNN round-up of signs spotted at the marches and was shared on the cable news channel's Facebook page, which boasts more than 26 million followers.

The poster also popped up at the Washington D.C. march, as well as in Chicago, Philadelphia and Madison, Wisc. 

The "Hate Has No Home Here" campaign was spawned in the wake of the election of Donald Trump, and seeks to "declare neighborhood residences, businesses, and places of community free from hate speech and behavior," according to the campaign's mission statement.

A map that tracks sightings of the campaign's posters shows the message has spread as far as Australia, Ecuador and Ethiopia.