protest-sign-love.jpgWhen the Kansas Hate group known at the Westboro Baptist Church announced it would picket a Bay Area School and Jewish Institutions, students at Gunn High School decided they could not sit by quietly. They organized a Love-in, waved homemade signs and attracted community support.

Meanwhile, a student at a different school had the same idea, but with a financial twist: to turn a negative into a positive by raising funds for charity. Jason set up a donation table across the street from a hate rally in his neighborhood and collected funds for donations to a civil rights group, a Jewish charity and AIDS foundation. The money will be donated in the name of the Westboro Baptist Church.

WATCH their inspiring rallies below.


  1. Oh, my!! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the idea that the protesting org is getting thank-you cards for donations made on their behalf to their targets!!! The irony is fabulous!! And probably quite effective! ::D::

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