March Against Hate Held In Moorhead

 A march against hate was held Saturday evening at Townsite Park in Moorhead.

More than 100 people attended the rally to show their support against the violence related to the presidential election.

Organizers say hate crimes have sparked since the election and they want to see the country come together and break the polarization between people in the nation.

“We need to come together.  This can’t go on. There has to be some kind of peace we can achieve. I think a lot of the violence on both sides stems from the fact that the politics alienates us,” said event organizer Xavior Jimenez.

The event was put up by Fargo Moorhead Humans in Action.

To find out more about the group, click this link.

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