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



Plymouth South Middle School MLK Poster Judging Day w/ Plymouth No Place For Hate Committee Members – February 3, 2016


Freedom Seder – Martin Luther King Jr. Community Observance – with Interfaith Teen and Adult Choir

January 17, 2016 – 3- 5 PM

Sponsored by the Hingham / Hull Religious Leaders Association, Hosted by Congregation Sha’aray Shalom, 1112 Main Street, Hingham, MA

All Are Welcome…


Plymouth MLK Day of Service, Zion Lutheran Church, North Plymouth, MA.  Saturday, January 16,2016

Churches, Congregations, Plymouth Public School Staff and Students and The Plymouth No Place For Hate committee for the Town of Plymouth participated in 2016’s

MLK Day od Service. Together we put together several different  packages for the homeless in the Plymouth area and students at local schools.



Plymouth No Place for Hate Committee meets with SPARK Children’s group at South Middle School – January 5, 2016

The Town of Plymouth, NPFH Committee was invited this week to the Peer Leadership meeting at Plymouth So. Middle School. Four of our eight members were able to be there.(Barbara Aharoni, Susan Moore, Roy Zahreciyan, Michelina Larson) We met with these enthusiastically caring students, and their teacher advisers, who have decided to initiate a school wide poster contest to illustrate the vision of MLK. The theme of the contest entries is “Be The Change”. The members of our committee will be judging their entries. There will be Amazon gift cards rewarded to the first, second and third place winners.

Also NPFH volunteers will be at the MLK Day of Service at the Zion Lutheran Church on Saturday, Jan 16, 2016. We are donating 40, $5 Dunkin’ Donut gift certificates for the homeless comfort packets.

The teachers coordinating this program are Julie Benoti, Tony Previti and Katelyn Kaminske.

The SPARK, Students Promoting and Reinforcing Kindness student’s group teachers reviewed their agenda for the next several months and introduced our No Place for Hate Committee. We introduced ourselves to the group.

We conversed with the teachers and the students concerning MLK Day of Service Poster Contest.

We gave several possible ideas in which the students could make posters on this subject.

WE conversed about future plans to have joint projects.

This was a wonderful first meeting and the Plymouth No Place for Hate looks forward in future joint ventures with SPARK.



World Kindness Day:    Friday – November 13, 2015

A global 24 Hour celebration dedicated to pay it forward and focusing on the good!