Unite Against Hate

Unity in the community, what does that mean?  It can seem overwhelming or seem utopian.  Is that really possible?  If we don’t try; if we don’t have the discussions that we have to have that are a little bit awkward or a little uncomfortable… if we don’t have those conversations, if we don’t get into those sticky spots then things will remain the same. – Dan Gannon

Last August, community marches were held across the country to show solidarity in response to the events that unfolded in Charlottesville, VA during a neo-nazi, white supremacy rally.  Dan Gannon was a key organizer in the Bemidji Unite Against Hate march back in August and he is on a mission to continue the conversation around diversity and the strength it brings to our lives and communities.  Dan has organized a special event that combines art and music - all in the name of bringing unity to the community.  He stopped by the morning show this week to talk about it. 


Americans across the country have been organizing and marching in protest of this past weekend's violent, hate-fueled and deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, VA.  Today at 5pm, people in Bemidji will gather and march in solidarity against fascism.