DEARBORN, Mich. – Hundreds came together Saturday in Dearborn to unite against hate.
The rally comes days after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called for a temporary ban of allowing Muslims into the country.
People of all faiths united outside Henry Ford Centennial Library with a message of peace.
To stop the fear and hatred, they're promoting love and understanding. As anti-Muslim rhetoric proliferates, they want to make their voices heard.
Hannah Ricks just came back from Greece, where she volunteered to help Syrian refugees. The mother of four stood alongside other concerned parents. They want to break down harmful stereotypes, one sign at a time.