All Are Welcome Here signs are great, but not all All Are Welcome Here behavior lives up to that sentiment.
Here is a list of some examples of this.
- All Are Welcome Here but don’t park on the public street in front of my house.
- All Are Welcome Here, you can park in front of my house, but don’t block the walk.
- All Are Welcome Here as long as you don’t build a cookie-cutter house near homes that were purchased from the Sears catalog.
- All are welcome Here as long as you can afford to own a single-family home that was built with a racial covenant attached to it.
- All Are Welcome Here as long as you mean welcome to live directly on the bus route since it’s not true density if people willingly walk a few blocks to get to transit.
- All Are Welcome Here as long as any improvements you make to your home are done to make it more expensive for single families and not more affordable for multiple families.
- All Are Welcome Here as long as you wring your hands about gentrification.
- All Are Welcome here, and we mean – specifically – garbage trucks. The more the better. We welcome garbage trucks on our streets every day of the week. #stpaultrash
- All Are Welcome Here as long as you don’t get in the way of people driving by biking.
- All Are Welcome here, but please wear a reflective vest while running or walking your dog at night so your neighbors don’t need to slow down on residential streets.
- All Are Welcome Here. Now, please state how long you’ve lived in this neighborhood before speaking so I can determine whether your opinion is valid. Bonus if you share where you moved here from so I can use that data point to further discount your opinion.
- All Are Welcome Here to appreciate and not meddle with the work done by people who’ve lived here a long time, making this neighborhood what it is.
- All Are Welcome Here who understand that this neighborhood is a solved problem that should be preserved in amber.
- All Are Welcome Here but don’t ask me to do to anything about public schools losing non-white students to charter schools because they don’t feel welcome in our public schools.
- All Are Welcome Here including students from other neighborhoods but don’t you dare ask my kid to go to a school in that kid’s neighborhood.