Melt Hate campaign fights intolerance - KULR8.com | News, Weather & Sports in Billings, Montana

Melt Hate campaign fights intolerance

Posted: Updated:
BILLINGS, Mont. -

Melt Hate, that's the name of a new campaign launched by a professor at Rocky Mountain College. The campaign is all about fighting intolerance. Dr. Aaron Rosen, who's teaches Religious Thought at Rocky Mountain College, says Montana has the best blank canvas in the world.

On Thursday students spent time writing biblical messages in the snow with bio-friendly food dye. Rosen tells KULR-8 that Montana cares about diversity too, it's not just a coastal issue or big city problem.

"I didn't want to have a specific message that said this was denominational or that this was partisan in some way because I think this immigration ban that's been announced by the president introduces a human rights issue. The most important thing to remember is that we contest hate and we remedy this real imbalance of empathy."

Rosen points out Billings has a profound record of battling hatred where ever it exists. He's hoping his Melt Hate campaign spreads all across the Treasure State.

  • LocalMore>>

  • Man goes missing after jumping off bridge

    Man goes missing after jumping off bridge

    Monday, June 18 2018 1:10 AM EDT2018-06-18 05:10:27 GMT

    The Columbus Fire Rescue posted on their Facebook page they were called to Reed Point Saturday morning for a report of a man who jumped off the Yellowstone Bridge and into the Yellowstone River.

    The Columbus Fire Rescue posted on their Facebook page they were called to Reed Point Saturday morning for a report of a man who jumped off the Yellowstone Bridge and into the Yellowstone River.

  • FWP predicts good fishing in coming months

    FWP predicts good fishing in coming months

    Sunday, June 17 2018 9:55 PM EDT2018-06-18 01:55:53 GMT

    With all the high water we've had so far this year, Fish Wildlife and Park's Bob Gibson says fishing in the next few months will be phenomenal. When the water levels drop, the rivers will be filled with fish. 

    With all the high water we've had so far this year, Fish Wildlife and Park's Bob Gibson says fishing in the next few months will be phenomenal. When the water levels drop, the rivers will be filled with fish. 

  • Public Works Department report addresses flooding throughout Billings

    Public Works Department report addresses flooding throughout Billings

    Sunday, June 17 2018 8:19 PM EDT2018-06-18 00:19:31 GMT

    One of the items up for public comment at City Council tomorrow is the May Monthly Report from the Public Works Department. The report addresses flooding which has affected several areas in the city in the last few weeks. 

    One of the items up for public comment at City Council tomorrow is the May Monthly Report from the Public Works Department. The report addresses flooding which has affected several areas in the city in the last few weeks. 

  • Most Popular

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Man goes missing after jumping off bridge

    Man goes missing after jumping off bridge

    Monday, June 18 2018 1:10 AM EDT2018-06-18 05:10:27 GMT

    The Columbus Fire Rescue posted on their Facebook page they were called to Reed Point Saturday morning for a report of a man who jumped off the Yellowstone Bridge and into the Yellowstone River.

    The Columbus Fire Rescue posted on their Facebook page they were called to Reed Point Saturday morning for a report of a man who jumped off the Yellowstone Bridge and into the Yellowstone River.

  • Result are in! It's a wolf!

    Result are in! It's a wolf!

    Monday, June 18 2018 12:02 PM EDT2018-06-18 16:02:09 GMT
    Image Courtesy KXLOImage Courtesy KXLO
    Image Courtesy KXLOImage Courtesy KXLO
    The mysterious creature that captivated the nation after it was shot and killed near Denton in May has been identified. Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks says the animal is, in fact, a wolf. The carcass was sent to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service forensic laboratory in Oregon. After comparing the DNA to thousands of samples from wolves, coyotes, and dogs and concluded it was a gray wolf from the northern Rocky Mountains.  FWP says the original pictures of ...
    The mysterious creature that captivated the nation after it was shot and killed near Denton in May has been identified. Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks says the animal is, in fact, a wolf. The carcass was sent to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service forensic laboratory in Oregon. After comparing the DNA to thousands of samples from wolves, coyotes, and dogs and concluded it was a gray wolf from the northern Rocky Mountains.  FWP says the original pictures of ...
  • Search crews find body of missing rafter

    Search crews find body of missing rafter

    Monday, June 18 2018 12:26 AM EDT2018-06-18 04:26:44 GMT

    Rescue crews found a man’s body after a multi-agency search in Granite County.

    Rescue crews found a man’s body after a multi-agency search in Granite County.

  • Man killed in motorcycle crash on Shiloh Rd.

    Man killed in motorcycle crash on Shiloh Rd.

    Saturday, June 16 2018 8:22 AM EDT2018-06-16 12:22:12 GMT

    A 30-year-old man was killed in a motorcycle crash late Friday night.  

    A 30-year-old man was killed in a motorcycle crash late Friday night.  

  • First annual Food Truck Battles held at MetraPark

    First annual Food Truck Battles held at MetraPark

    Sunday, June 17 2018 1:58 PM EDT2018-06-17 17:58:43 GMT

    This year's Food Truck Battle on the Yellowstone is the first of what Rene Critelli says she hopes will become an annual event hosted by the Breakfast Exchange Club of Billings. The food truck competition is raising funds for Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing, otherwise known as V.A.S.H. 

    This year's Food Truck Battle on the Yellowstone is the first of what Rene Critelli says she hopes will become an annual event hosted by the Breakfast Exchange Club of Billings. The food truck competition is raising funds for Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing, otherwise known as V.A.S.H. 

  • Woman found dead on Phillips Street, man arrested

    Woman found dead on Phillips Street, man arrested

    Sunday, June 17 2018 5:29 PM EDT2018-06-17 21:29:33 GMT

    Missoula City Police say they were called to the area of Lowell School on Phillips Street around 2:26 Sunday morning for a report of an injured woman lying in the roadway. 

    Missoula City Police say they were called to the area of Lowell School on Phillips Street around 2:26 Sunday morning for a report of an injured woman lying in the roadway. 

  • DNA results released on mysterious wolf creature shot near Denton

    DNA results released on mysterious wolf creature shot near Denton

    Monday, June 18 2018 12:43 PM EDT2018-06-18 16:43:41 GMT

    HELENA - DNA testing is back on the wolf-like creature that was the subject of headlines around the country. 

    HELENA - DNA testing is back on the wolf-like creature that was the subject of headlines around the country. 

  • Public Works Department report addresses flooding throughout Billings

    Public Works Department report addresses flooding throughout Billings

    Sunday, June 17 2018 8:19 PM EDT2018-06-18 00:19:31 GMT

    One of the items up for public comment at City Council tomorrow is the May Monthly Report from the Public Works Department. The report addresses flooding which has affected several areas in the city in the last few weeks. 

    One of the items up for public comment at City Council tomorrow is the May Monthly Report from the Public Works Department. The report addresses flooding which has affected several areas in the city in the last few weeks.