Silence about intolerance equals complicity; We send selfies to our own planets | Feedback

Recently, I heard about a horrifying incident that made headlines. Sadly, a swastika was painted on a home in Monroe Township. Last fall, we read about several race-based incidents in local schools. It seems that whenever I turn on the news I hear about some divisive incident that sets our nation back in time to when races and cultures were pitted against each other.

How do you tackle intolerance in this day and age? Is it possible to expose young people to the ideals of acceptance in our schools so that they can carry those values through their lives? The …read more

Source: NJ.com Cumberland

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