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HATE

RELIGIOUS LITERACY
It is hard to be suspicious of something that has no mystery about it. It is difficult to hate from close-up.
HATE WATCH
What is the racist—the hater—so frightened of? Men, women and children, mainly. They are frightened of ordinary people who happen to look different, possibly speak with a different accent, attend a different place of worship.
INCLUSION & RESPECT
“These international marches are not just ‘feel good’ events. This does matter and this does have the ability to bring peace and dissolve bigotry by extending understanding.”
COMBATING BIGOTRY & HATE
Anne Frank opened the eyes and minds of millions to the horrors of hate.
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
A group of religious leaders and scholars recently gathered in cyberspace for an exploration of the role of interfaith unity and the importance of working together to overcome discrimination, intolerance and hate.
MEDIA & ETHICS
I resolve to remove all adjectives in referring to a religion or group.
COMBATING BIGOTRY & HATE
Fortunately for Catholics, of the 8,263 FBI catalogued hate crimes in 2020, only 73 were anti-Catholic. But that’s still 73 too many.
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
The lesson of Yom Kippur is that all of us—no exceptions, no excuses—can change for the better.
COMBATING BIGOTRY & HATE
In a way no scholarly treatise or forensic statistical analysis ever could, the book opened the eyes of its audience, particularly its Southern readers, to their generations-long, casual acceptance of injustice and their indifference towards inequality. By seeing the events of the book through the eyes of a child, Atticus’ daughter, Scout, one experiences the story through the sensibilities and feelings of an innocent.
COMBATING BIGOTRY & HATE
Investigations were done. Most were biased and simply reinforced the rumors. A very few were honest attempts to understand chickens and their ways without preconceptions.