10 ways college students can fight racism and prejudice on campus.
|Other titles||Ten ways to fight hate on campus|
|Statement||written by Brian Willoughby ; illustrated by Ulla Puggaard.|
|LC Classifications||HM1271 .W555 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
Get this from a library! 10 ways to fight hate on campus: a response guide for college activists. [Brian Willoughby; Ulla Puggaard] -- 10 ways college students can fight racism and prejudice on campus. Ten ways to fight hate: A community response guide Unknown Binding – January 1, by Jim Carrier (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jim Carrier Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Author: Jim Carrier. TEN WAYS TO FIGHT HATE ON CAMPUS A Response Guide for College Activists 4 5 Mike Blake, an African American student at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill., says it candidly: “Racism exists; it’s part of life.” It was part of Blake’s life in , when Northwestern was hit File Size: 3MB. Members of the Southern Poverty Law Center (the Center) spent more than two years investigating hate crimes and bias incidents on college campuses. After examining hundreds of cases involving thousands of students, they found that although administrators, faculty and staff are vital players in any response, it is the student activist who makes the most difference. This Guide is a result of.
1. Act 2. Join Forces 3. Support the Victims 4. Speak Up 5. Educate Yourself 6. Create An Alternative 7. Pressure Leaders 8. Stay Engaged 9. Teach Acceptance Dig Deeper. ten ways to fight hate 1. ACT Do Something. in the face of hatred, apathy will be interpreted as acceptance—by the perpetrators, the public and, worse, the vic-tims. Decent people must take action; if we don’t, hate persists. a hate group is coming to our town. What should we do?” “I am very alarmed at hate crimes What can I, as one. has made this list of ten ways to fight hate in your community. On today's Spotlight program we will look at the first way to fight hate in your community: Act. Voice 1. Hate crime happens in many places around the world. You may have seen or experienced hate crime for yourself. A year ago next Saturday, hundreds of racists marched through the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia, leaving death in their wake and a stunned nation seeking answers and leadership. Tragically.
Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Hate in America has become commonplace. The good news is, all over the country people are fighting hate, standing up to promote tolerance and inclusion. More often than not, when hate . 10 ways to Fight Hate* 1. ACT Do something. Sign a petition. Offer your skills and the resources you have. Repair acts of hate-fueled vandalism. Speak up. 2. UNITE Join forces. Reach out to groups that are likely to respond to a hate event such as members of targeted groups, faith groups, businesses, civic groups, politicians, and schools. Join local or-File Size: KB. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. It's easy to hate those who are hateful, who are committing heinous acts, but, in doing so, it's only hate that wins. I want to do better than simply condemning acts of hate. I want to help change things. But it's difficult to even know where to begin, to know what's effective for change.