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Welcome to Raleigh, Y'all and Welcome to Durham, Y'all are campaigns by the new Raleigh nonprofit Come Out & Show Them. Using yard signs, stickers, and large-scale murals that welcome visitors and residents alike to Raleigh and Durham using seventeen languages and our favorite all-inclusive contraction, Come Out & Show Them hopes to spark conversations about the impact of immigration and ideas of sanctuary in our communities while allowing folks to express their regional warmth and hospitality.

Come Out & Show Them has distributed approximately two thousand such signs and stickers in the Triangle in the last month, with many more to come. To get your own, go to welcometoraleighyall.com. Proceeds go to Uniting NC and the local chapter of the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, as well as to support the sustainability of Come Out & Show Them.

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Download poster pdf here.

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