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Tools for Tolerance

Encourages people from all walks of life to promote tolerance. Content includes guides for teachers, as well as articles and resources for parents and kids to learn about people with backgrounds different from their own. The Do Something feature includes
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Encourages people from all walks of life to promote tolerance. Content includes guides for teachers, as well as articles and resources for parents and kids to learn about people with backgrounds different from their own. The Do Something feature includes practical ideas such as "Respond to Bigoted comments" and "10 Ways to Fight Hate." A project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

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