"ACTE, the Anaconda Coalition for Tolerance Education, was formed in 2005 in response to hate literature dropped in Anaconda by the white supremacist group the National Alliance. The MHRN immediately helped out with a speaker for a public meeting on white supremacist groups and their agenda. They also acted as a sponsor for grants we applied for and sent an organizer to help us with ideas on how to grow our group. Through the years they have sent us films, collaborated on various projects, such as the educational Summit on Bullying, Harassment, and Intimidation or hosting a Holocaust survivor. They have been supportive in a host of ways, and ACTE is proud to be affiliated with this vital and necessary organization." Anne Dobney, ACTE President
"I think that MHRN's biggest impact is the use of the Human Rights Framework and the work that they do to try to teach other liberals about that framework and the need to stand unified for the cause and not throw other allies under the bus to get a half hearted win. This holds me steadfast in the stability and importance of this organization."
- Tammy Miller, Flathead Reservation Human Rights Coalition
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