Mont. students to tell story of town's fight against hate crimes

02/23/2014 | Billings Gazette (Mont.)

High-school students in a Montana school are working on a multimedia project highlighting community efforts in Billings to combat hate crimes and white supremacist activities in the 1990s. The students in Bruce Wendt's English and American history class will conduct interviews and create videos as part of the Community Storytelling Partnership project, which will be exhibited in June during the Not In Our Town National Leadership Gathering in Billings.

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