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  1. At a time when fear of anyone who doesn’t look or act like us is so prevalent throughout our nation (and the world), the wonderful people at Open Communities and so many supporting groups, are fighting injustice based on the color of ones skin, religion, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. We must begin to accept people based on their actions, their caring for others, not traits, like skin color, that have nothing to do with what kind of person they are. If we don’t build a grassroots movement of acceptance rather than fear, we have no hope for our society. If our government destroys the fabric of our society by cutting programs that educate all of our children or destroy safety nets that help seniors, the disabled, and people trying to get back on their feet because of job losses or jobs shipped overseas, then there is also no hope for our society. We must all work together and stop the fear and hate of others and rebuild this country to be a bastion of democracy.

    I hope that everyone joins us tomorrow, Sunday, July 26th, starting at 2:00 p.m., for this wonderful, inclusive, free, family event on the Winnetka Village Green, and become part of our five-year plan for more inclusive communities that serve the needs of all our people in the north shore suburbs. If you have young children or grandchildren, please bring them. We have so many activities for them to do. Hope to see everyone tomorrow.

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