I made some greeting cards featuring love and a safety pin to sell at a craft fair. I wanted to do something meaningful for a local organization that helps people, so I donated the proceeds from these cards to the Rainbow Community Center here in my town. After the November 2016 election, people all around the country decided to do what the UK did after Brexit and use a safety pin as a symbol of safety for their fellow neighbors, especially those people in our society’s marginalized groups who might feel scared or unsafe with our country’s recent surge in overt racism, xenophobia, homophobia and misogyny. When you see a pin on someone’s clothing or social media profile, you know these people eschew hate and are safe to talk to, sit with, or walk beside.