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I respect, accept and appreciate the rich diversity of our world's cultures, our different forms of expression and different ways of being human.  Rather than using differences in appearance or behavior to exclude, I aim to celebrate them and include where appropriate.  For such diverse people to live in harmony, whether on the world or local stage, educational efforts are needed.  At the local level, such education can help others appreciate both the challenges diversity poses and benefits it brings to neighborhoods. (Note: several groups have “Teaching Tolerance” projects.)  

Note: With version 4.0, this theme is new to the Project Worldview theme structure in March, 2019.
As such this page may be rather incomplete or still "under construction" for quite awhile!

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Related Words, Beliefs, Background --35 entries         Songs!        Discussion from The Worldview Literacy Book

More to Explore --Worldview Theme #32B: Culture of Tolerance  

Freedom of Religion (from online encyclopedia)
Anti Defamation League (organization devoted to "fighting hate for good")

Teaching Tolerance (non-profit whose " mission is to help teachers and schools educate children and youth to be active participants in a diverse democracy".

Towards A Culture of Tolerance and Peace  (link to complete text of this 2003 page book from International Bureau of Children’s Rights)
The Limits of Tolerance  by Denis Lacorne (book review from The Economist May 18 2019)
“Cultural tolerance and its importance” by Dhruti Chakravarthi (essay on The Student Newspaper site Feb 18 2018)
How to Accept and Respect Other Cultures By LQ Williams (Jan 2017 essay)
The Importance of Tolerance by Areeba Hasan   ( June 2011 essay)

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"As you shop in "The Reality Marketplace" avoid spending your "reality cash" too early,  before you have seen everything. " 
from Coming of Age in the Global Village,  by Stephen P. Cook,  with Donella H. Meadows