Please Note:


Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month starting at 7:00 pm in the Plantation Room at Plymouth Town Hall.


The Committee wishes to acknowledge the service of members Barry Meltzer who was the committee chairperson from its inception in 2001 until 2013 and Joe Horn both of whom passed away in 2015. The spirit of these two men will live on in all those whose lives they touched and by all people who are committed to social justice.


At this time, there are openings on the Committee. Interested Plymouth residents may apply at the Selectmen's Office at Plymouth Town Hall, Lincoln Street. Individuals from Underrepresented groups and high school students are encouraged to apply.
Contact: Annikka Bernabe

Our Mission

Our primary goal is to be a resource to the Town of Plymouth by providing support and education on diversity issues.

We are citizen volunteers appointed by the Plymouth Board of Selectmen to serve on the Town of Plymouth’s No Place For Hate Committee.

We help Plymouth address issues of racism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, ethnic, and religious bigotry, and other forms of prejudice.  We seek to celebrate our differences and react to incidents that may threaten or isolate individuals or groups based solely on visible or invisible differences.

We will protect the promise of equal justice and civil rights for all members of our society.

What is No Place For Hate?

The No Place For Hate Community empowers member towns to challenge discrimination, prejudice, racism, hate, anti-Semitism, and bigotry of all forms and to nurture the strengths of diversity and the oneness of humanity – among our neighbors.

Supported by a coalition representing a wide range of religious, educational, law enforcement, ethnic and community groups, and the Town of Plymouth Board of Selectmen.