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Tolerance.org seeks to create a national community committed to human rights.Its goal is to awaken people of all ages to the problem of hate and intolerance,to equip them with the best tolerance ideas and to prompt them to act in theirhomes, schools, businesses and communities.Hate can only be conquered by resident-activists...
Tolerance.org seeks to create a national community committed to human rights. Its goal is to awaken people of all ages to the problem of hate and intolerance, to equip them with the best tolerance ideas and to prompt them to act in their homes, schools, businesses and communities.
Hate can only be conquered by resident-activists willing to promote tolerance. You may already be one of them. The ideas in this guide will help foster tolerance in yourself, your family, your schools, your workplace and your community. Some of the ideas are things to do. Some are things to think about. Some are things to remember. Ideas are relevant to self, home, school, workplace, community. Hate, bias, and tolerance news are reviewed systematically.
This is a great website about tolerance. There are many different categories to few for teachers, parents, teens, and kids. The website offers different sub pages that a person can go to for information about hate groups, how to respond to it, and information that goes on in everyday life about it. I think it is also a great website to hear personal examples of hate all around the world. The website gives a teacher enough content for new curriculum and allows the teacher to search for job openings. There are also links to the hate groups established throughout the world so students get a first hand opportunity to see what actually goes on with a hate group. It is also beneficial to see how many hate groups there are in the United States. Each state has different groups that you can view if you click on the state. Overall I was entertained by this article for quite some time. I highly recommend anyone out there to take a look at how are nation responds to this website.
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7 years ago
Overall this is a great idea. Hate needs to be talked about EARLY in age and it should start at school. I believe that if it starts in the classroom the attitude at home will eventaully change toward hate. Thre is so much diversity in the classroom and that is where hate is centralized. Children need to learn that hate is NOT the answer. Today our world is becoming so much mreo diverse and hate is becoming a bigger issue. We are seeing more and more Afrian Americans, Hispancis, and Asians coming into America to have a better life and we are not allowing them that because of hate and our children are seeing this and acting as we do. Our children need to be educated on how hate can not be a part of our country we are the land of the free and we cant have hate a part of this. I beleive that bring hate education into the classroom is a great idea because of how diverse everything is becoming and how much bigger it will be in 5, 10, 20 years!
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8 years ago
I really liked this website, it caught my eye and kept me reading. I could spend a long time with this site and although I originally planned on browsing, I actually ended up spending 20-30 minutes just reading. The quality of content was nice and it was very easy to use and understand. The effectiveness of this can help both students and faculty learn many different things. I feel that because of how easy to use this website is, first timers will not have a problem exploring and learning new things. I did not have any problems with this site and enjoyed using it.
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8 years ago
I loved this website, it's very easy to use and is broken down to attract certain groups of people (teachers, students etc..)It gives tons of information that is vital to all.I only spent about 20 minutes browsing through the site and read for about 20 mintes. I would use this site in my classroom. It's eddectiveness is very high. It's an easy read and everyone can relate to all of the material.