#MarinAgainstHate

November 3, 2020

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Please read this collective statement against voter intimidation singed in solidarity by dozens of towns and community agencies led by the Marin County Board of Supervisors Racial Equity Sub-Committee.

“We stand with our communities from Marin City to Dillon Beach; Novato to Sausalito; and Inverness to the Canal District. Every member of our community has a right to safety, security, inclusion, respect, and religious freedom.

“Marin will not tolerate reprehensible attempts at Voter Suppression and Intimidation. Voting is a fundamental right, upon which our democracy rests. Please talk to a poll worker if you witness any such behavior at the polls. If a poll worker isn’t accessible, contact (415) 473-7191 between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Tuesday, November 3rd if you witness any attempts at voter suppression or intimidation.

“Over the weekend, residents of the Marin City community were subjected to race-based hate speech and acts of blatant intimidation. We will not tolerate this in Marin County.

“Marin is a community that stands against Hate, Bigotry, Racism, Sexism, Anti-Semitism, Ableism, Misogyny, Ageism, Homophobia, Religious Intolerance, and Xenophobia.”

These municipalities and organizations stand united in this statement:

Marin County Board of Supervisors Equity Sub-Committee:

  • Kate Sears, District 3
  • Dennis Rodoni, District 4

City of Novato

City of San Rafael

City of Sausalito

Town of Fairfax

Town of Ross

Town of San Anselmo

Marin Council of Chambers

Corte Madera Chamber of Commerce

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Marin County

Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce

Novato Chamber of Commerce

San Rafael Chamber of Commerce

West Marin Chamber of Commerce

Marin County District Attorney

Marin County Health and Human Services

Marin County Office of Education

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

350 Marin

Adopt A Family of Marin

Age Friendly Sausalito

Aging Action Initiative

Bay Area Community Resources

Bayside Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy

California Native Plant Society

Canal Alliance

Community Action Marin

Extra Food

Fatherhood Council

First Missionary Baptist Church

Homeward Bound of Marin

KWMR-FM

Marin Arts

Marin Asian Advocacy Project

Marin City Community Development Corporation

Marin Conservation League

Marin County Access 4 Bikes

Marin Horse Council

Marin Link

Marin Promise Partnership

Mercy Housing

Multicultural Center of Marin

Museum of the American Indian

North Marin Community Services

Performing Stars

San Geronimo Valley Community Center

Sausalito Marin City School District

School of Environmental Leadership

SF Marin Food Bank

Sierra Club of Marin County

The Spahr Center

UMOJA Unity Project

Watershed Alliance of Marin

Youth Transforming Justice

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