Display your sense of civility and democracy and buy a yard sign

Being a good neighbor is just common sense.

Update: Sales have closed. We'll try to have them ready for pickup on Saturday, 12/10 during the Art & Craft Fair on Upshur Street around 4pm.

There's been a growing national trend to display your desire to welcome all neighbors, no matter where they're from, what language they speak or what they look like.

I saw a great sign in a neighbor's yard this week, and posted the above photo to Instagram. I received a lot of questions from readers on how they can buy the same sign. Turns out, local Petworth resident Conrad Gross produced the signs based off the design originally created by the Immanuel Mennonite church in Harrisonburg, Virginia. And you can get one if you want one. 

Get your own yard sign below -- but hurry, we'll close sales on Monday night, 12/5.

Petworth News has teamed up with Conrad to produce more signs for neighbors. Whether you live in Petworth, Park View, Shepherd Park, Columbia Heights or if you're planning on moving to a small place in Kalorama after 8 years at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, you can buy your own yard sign for only $10.

If we get over 250 orders, the price may be lower -- if so, we'll give the difference to an immigration charity (considering legal aid non-profit Ayuda). No profit will be generated off of selling the signs.

Use the form below to submit your order. All information will be transmitted securely, and your information will only be used to deliver your sign and will never be shared with any other third party.

If you want a sign, they're available at StandUpSigns.com. Shipping is free and 10% goes to Ayuda.

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