Bellevue launches 'Hate has no home here' campaign

The city is providing free signs for homes and stickers for store windows.

BELLEVUE, Wash. — The city of Bellevue is sending the message that “Hate has no home here.” The campaign follows a rise in hate crimes towards Asian and Pacific Islander community members, both locally and across the county. 

The city is giving out free signs, stickers and flyers that read “Hate has no home here” across the top, with the same phrase written in several different languages below.

“If this helps a little bit, we know a sign’s not going to fix it, but sometimes a public display of affection is

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