Miami’s Church Of Trump Resistance

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-The Miami Shores Community Church has started a conversation in South Florida over tolerance in the age of Trumpism with a simple act. 

-The church has created a yard sign declaring, “No Matter Where You Are From, We’re Glad You’re Our Neighbor” in four languages. The sign is being put in the front yards of church members.

-Jon Ise, a church member who is also active in Miami civic life pitched the idea after he saw a similar idea employed by Mennonite churches in the northeast. 

-Pastor Meg Watson approved the plan to sell the signs to people living in Miami Shores for $10.  Church staffer Harold Marrero designed the look of them and translated the message into Spanish, Creole and Portuguese. 

-The church hopes to spark conversations with neighbors about what type of society they want to live in. And Marrero told RISE NEWS that his life at the church showed why diversity is a powerful force for innovation and change. 


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Rich Robinson is the CEO and publisher of Rise News. He is also a journalist and a native of Miami. Robinson graduated from the University of Alabama and can be followed on Twitter @RichRobMiami.
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