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Learn How to Respond to Everyday Bigotry

Liz Dwyer

How do you respond when a friend keeps sending joke emails about Jews, when your family member calls black people the n-word, or when a colleague starts ranting about immigrants? We've all been in situations when later on we wished we'd said something to put a stop to bigoted remarks or actions. This handy guide from the Southern Poverty Law Center has some common sense tips on how to respond.

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