Donald Trump is Not Who We Are
To defeat Donald Trump, we need to build a movement from the bottom-up, in every corner of the country. We can’t leave it to politicians or the media - it’s up to us to take a stand and to protect our friends and co-workers most at risk from mass deportations, religious bans and other forms of hate.
Starting an open letter is a powerful way to show that patriotic Americans are coming together, from all walks of life, all political beliefs and all racial and religious backgrounds, to affirm the values that make us who we are: diversity, openness and compassion.
Take a stand against Trump's brand of hate: Create an open letter to rally members of your company, place of worship, civic or affinity group to say, “Donald Trump is Not Who We Are”.
Once you’ve launched your open letter, we will be with you every step of the way, from getting your colleagues to sign on to getting your letter media attention so you can have the most impact.
Members of the Robinson Family Community say: "Donald Trump is Not Who We Are"Donald Trump is not who America is, and he is not who Robinson Family is.2 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Mary Ann Robinson
Members of the South Bronx Community say: "Donald Trump is Not Who We Are"This is important as a member of the South Bronx community because we are mostly immigrants who have help build this country and demand Respect, Equality and Recognization. We will not support a presidential candidate who threatens to undo all of the civil liberties we fought so hard for.2 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Jackie Infante
Members of the Hispanics of America Community say: "Donald Trump is Not Who We Are"This is important as a member of the Hispanics of America community... because we're part of the progress of USA, we work hard and create small businesses that give employment to thousands of people across America. This is a country made by immigrants from all over the world. We don't need hate and discrimination from someone running for President.2 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Lorena Cox
Members of the Hair Stylist Community say: "Donald Trump is Not Who We Are"I am proud to work in an industry that values diversity, inclusion and tolerance and I try to instill these values to my children and all members of the community. Now we must show that these values are worth standing up for to ensure that Donald Trump's hateful vision for our country never comes to fruition.2 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Melissa Murphy
If you are an American living abroad, say: "Donald Trump is Not Who We Are"Why is this important to you as a member of the Americans living abroad community?2 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Jessica Wdowiarz
St. LouisMembers of the St. Louis Missouri Community say: "Donald Trump is Not Who We Are"We are better than this. We are more open-minded, more rational, more loving people than the crass, ignorant bigots that Trump seeks so fervently to appeal to. I have lived in this city all my life and I love our city, and I know from long experience, that *we are better than this.*2 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Jane Keller