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Speaking of Religion

Tolerance

August 1, 2019

Speaking of Religion

Religion is tough to talk about. It’s true. And instead of welcoming the chance to learn something new, we tend to shy away...

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The Danger of Hate Speech on Social Media

Tolerance

May 6, 2019

The Danger of Hate Speech on Social Media

How to express oneself is a personal choice. But just know that hate speech is not rational; its effect is cumulative and...

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Five Easy Ways to Tell If Your Post Is Bigoted

Tolerance

March 8, 2019

Five Easy Ways to Tell If Your Post Is Bigoted

Religious intolerance can be sneaky. You may not even realize you’re being a bigot. Probably because someone said some line...

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Media Ethics: Read It and Weep

Media & Ethics

January 9, 2019

Media Ethics: Read It and Weep

Left, Right, or Center, the editorial boards all have an agenda. They’re all preaching to their own choir, which also happens...

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Information Cancer

Media & Ethics

April 15, 2018

Information Cancer

Incorrect news and information starts in one location and then metastasizes like cancer, spreading out and lodging in secondary...

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Groping for Clarity in This High-Speed, High-Stakes World

Combating Bigotry & Hate

November 17, 2017

Groping for Clarity in This High-Speed, High-Stakes World

With trending, “hashtaggy” topics now an easy way to measure public mood, product sponsors, employers and others hyper-sensitive...

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Have the Trolls Really Won the Internet?—A Story of Good vs. Evil

Have the Trolls Really Won the Internet?—A Story of Good vs. Evil

A handful of people covertly create an illusion of “millions.” Their aim is to create a snowball of negativity that takes...

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