The Greater Than Hate Coalition, a partnership of eight leading human rights and equality organizations focused on opposing hate in all forms, penned an op-ed in the Philadelphia Gay News and commissioned a mobile billboard in downtown Philadelphia to add to the on-the-ground protests against Moms for Liberty’s Annual Summit, which was held in Philadelphia over the weekend.
The op-ed, which was signed by Human Rights Campaign President Kelley Robinson and National Women’s Law Center’s President and CEO Fatima Gross Graves, outlined Moms for Liberty’s ties to establishment far-right Republicans and extremist groups like the Proud Boys while dispensing of the notion that they’re an organic, grassroots movement:
The full op-ed, which was published on Friday, June 30th, can be read HERE.
Greater Than Hate’s mobile billboard featured photos of Moms for Liberty included a QR code for signups to join the coalition and sign a letter to Moms for Liberty leadership telling them that hate has no place in Philadelphia.
The Greater Than Hate Coalition is a collective, multi-racial, multicultural movement united against the forces of violence and discrimination. For more information, visit: https://greaterthanhate.org/