If not, please go to the PBS website pages that are all about it.
Here's a brief introduction:
The original story is about about the residents of Billings, Montana who came together very powerful in opposition to an upsurge of hate activities in their town. I do recommend that you read the report because it is genuinely inspiring.
NOT IN OUR TOWN is a national movement that encourages community response to hate crimes. The project combines PBS broadcast, grassroots events, educational outreach and online activities to help communities battling hate talk to-and learn from-each other. Since 1995, NOT IN OUR TOWN has chronicled positive community organizing stories and provided practical tools to stimulate dialogue.
We need this inspiration, I think, given the appalling increase in hatefulness within political discourse since the election of President Obama.