Speak Up: Responding to Everyday Bigotry

Need help in responding to slurs and discriminatory statements you hear from your family, friends, colleagues, supervisors, classmates, teachers, or even strangers?  The Southern Poverty Law Center gives examples of situations and responses.

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One Comment on “Speak Up: Responding to Everyday Bigotry

  1. The Southern Poverty Law Center provided an excellent outline of tools to use when dealing with everyday bigotry. The first responsibility is on you to SPEAK UP! People can only change once being held accountable. Are you perpetuating a problem or addressing one?

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