North Eugene residents go door-to-door following Rally Against Hate

North Eugene High School held a March of Solidarity on Friday during the lunch hour.

EUGENE, Ore. - The Rally Against Hate continued on Saturday in the North Eugene area after a succesfull start on Friday.

During their lunch hour, North Eugene High School held a rally in response to the vandalism done to their school earlier this month.

Now, neighbors of that community are coming together to take a stand against hate.

Community members organized a rally today to speak against the vandalism that has been happening at several Eugene schools. Recently, the North Eugene campus was vandalized with swastikas and other hateful language.

The River Road Community Organization hooked up with other groups in order to bring a unified message.

"We want to express the values of the community - the community doesn't support hate speech or Nazis, or any kind of exclusionary and vandalizing behavior," said Clare Strawn, Co-chair of the River Road Community Organization.

After the rally, they went door-to-door to give information on who to call in case they see any more vandalism in their area.

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