Jacksonville: One City, Our City, My City



"The One City, Our City, My City campaign is something all can be involved in whether you live in Jacksonville or not. It simply asks you to participate in caring about your neighbor, about open lines of communication, about treating others with respect. It’s about listening to different points of view and tolerance. It’s a time to apply our faith to our actions in the community.
We’ve all seen on the national level how divisive these times can be. For Jacksonville, we want to show how together we can be. How we can care about each other. I’m asking all congregations, all Citizens to join with me. All groups and organizations and even other governments. All to join in this campaign for a new civil society. One of tolerance, caring and action. One City, Our City, My City."
Sammy Phillips, Mayor of Jacksonville

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Huntington: Open to All



"Huntington is a city that embraces diversity and actively seeks inclusiveness.
That is the message that Mayor Steve Williams, the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce, local business owners and members of the Mayor’s LGBT Advisory Committee are hoping to achieve in launching a new outreach campaign called “Open to All.”
The purpose of the campaign is to promote an inclusive environment for all people in the City of Huntington. It was developed by the Mayor’s LGBT Advisory Committee and is supported by the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce."

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Toronto



"The fact that over 50 per cent of the residents of Toronto are not from Canada, that is always a good thing, creatively, and for food especially. That is easily a city's biggest strength, and it is Toronto's unique strength."
Anthony Bourdain

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