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Nations of Our Neighbors

Start time is 3pm on the lawn of city hall before the city commission meeting in regards to the hate crime ordinance vote.
Bridge The Gap in conjunction with OneFargo invites you to learn a bit about your fellow Fargo residents and some of the vastly different heritages and cultures that make up this wonderful city.
Typically, Flag Day passes most people by without a second thought and we at Bridge The Gap and OneFargo wanted to change that with a multi-cultural display of love and unity. We plan to display our flags on the lawn of city hall and answer as many questions as we can in regards to each one.we also plan on attending the fargo city commission meeting please join us afterwards at city hall for the hate crime ordinance vote.
Each flag we display has either been donated by a member of the community or has been purchased by members of OneFargo or Bridge The Gap. We welcome you to bring flags to display and/or donate and celebrate diversity with us!
Please dress accordingly as it will be hot. We heavily encourage sunscreen and plenty of water. Secondly, we would ask all individuals who are not fully vaccinated to please wear a mask. Lastly, please join us for the city commission meeting regarding the hate crime ordinance.
See you there! Let’s have a great Flag Day ^-^
Bridge The Gap & OneFargo