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

Upcoming and Current Area Events


Were Back – Thank you for your patience our web page is back up and running.  11-9-17


Hi Everyone, Our No Place For Hate Meeting will be

Thursday, November 9, 2017 from 7:00 pm in the

 Shallop Meeting Room, 4th Floor of the New Town Hall at 26 Court Street.

This room has been assigned to us 2017-18It will accommodate 20 people +.

It will be an adventure finding our new meeting space !



LGBTQ Shabbat (Sabbath) Service
Celebrating Diversity 
Congregation Beth Jacob
Friday, November 17, 2017
Downtown Plymouth
Next to Dunkin’ Donuts

 A Response to the Tragedy at the Pulse Club in Orlando

Gather with us as we express our Sorrow and Solidarity

Tuesday, June 21, 7:30 PM   The Church of the Pilgrimage

8 Town Square, Plymouth, MA.

Speakers include

Gary Sturgis & Val Bauman,

The Church of the Pilgrimage

and Barbara Aharoni, Plymouth No Place for Hate

Sponsored by Plymouth Area Interfaith Clergy

and Plymouth No Place for Hate.


May 11, 2016 the new No Place For Hate Collection at the Plymouth Public Library was presented to the public at a festive event. This outstanding collection of books and dvds was purchased with the donations made in memory of our late chairman Dr. Barry S. Meltzer who served as our inspiring chair for 15 years. These materials are probably the best collection of its kind in Massachusetts. They will educate and inspire the public for many, many years to come. This collection will be added to annually with a perpetuating fund donated by the Meltzer family. We are deeply grateful to them for their generosity. To see what is available you can go to these two links.


Saturday April 2, 2016, 10 am -2 pm at the Kingston Senior Center 

 “The Power of One” Bystander to Upstander. From the Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education, this Holocaust Exhibit is being presented by the Kingston Democratic Town Committee to highlight concern about the threat to religious freedom, the bedrock of our country, that is sweeping around the nation.
 There will be a Speaker Panel at 11 am including our NPFH Chair Barbara Aharoni