Not In Our 


Town Billings

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About Not In Our Town Billings

For more than twenty years Not in Our Town Billings has stood for dignity, fairness, and equality. NIOT has stood with those being treated hatefully through words and/or actions.  A hate crime made headlines recently in Billings, but people across the city quickly responded to change the story to one of love and support.  The spirit that spawned Not in Our Town is alive and well.  Ordinary actions taken by ordinary people in an extraordinary way make all the difference.

Our community standing together sends a powerful message and creates new ways to stand against hate.  This defines Billings as a community of acceptance and respect for all.


To further strengthen this commitment, Not in Our Town Billings is planning events to encourage, guide and support all who want to find ways to stand up to hate.  Our goal has always been to help those who want to move from being just a bystander to becoming "up-standers."  Up-standers speak up and take action for themselves and others.


Not in Our Town is committed to education, prevention and creation of a positive climate where all are accepted and diversity is welcomed.  Bullying and intolerance have no place in Billings.  

Community Based

Not in our Town Billings is a diverse grassroots community based organization. Your action, your voices, and your donations support the work that we do in our community. A board of directors is elected annually and consists of nine to twelve dedicated community members who work to advance the mission of the organization.  


Executive Board

Debbie Brown- Chair                               

Sarah Beck- Vice Chair

Susan Barnes- Secretary            

Jace Dykman- Treasurer

Fitzgerald Clark- Community Liaison 

Taylor Tellez- Media Relations