Tolerance.org Seeks Stories of People Tackling Everyday Bigotry
Your father tells an anti-Semitic joke at the dinner table. A mid-level manager in your company refers to female employees as "girls." As a young black or Hispanic man, you find yourself routinely followed by security guards in department stores. How do you handle such moments? What can you say or do? This Fall, Tolerance.org will release a new guidebook dealing with such issues. You are encouraged to email with your everyday moments of bias and bigotry, including how (or if) you respond. They?ll let you know if they plan to use your story in the book.