With a video released this week, Cherry Hill students, leaders, librarians and other community members stood up against hate.

The video, named “Hate Has No Home in Cherry Hill,” emphasizes the importance of inclusion and equality no matter a person’s religion, race or sexual orientation.

The video was released with Mayor Chuck Cahn’s announcement of a new human relations advisory committee. The 16-member board will “identify and address issues of fear and anxiety reported by many of our residents,” with quarterly meetings, according to a township statement.

These initiatives come after a bomb threat was made to the Cherry Hill Katz JCC in February, one of a number of threats made to Jewish organizations across the country.

Watch the video below.

 

 

Hate Has No Home in Cherry Hill from Cherry Hill Township on Vimeo.

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