“Hate speech and harassment have spiked nationwide since the 2016 election. They’ve spiked in our own backyards, too – requiring each community to counteract hate proactively,” writes Mica Pollock of Educations Studies and CREATE in this piece for the Rethinking Schools blog. “We can counter hate at our dinner tables; we can do it via our religious organizations. I suggest we counter hate particularly where we most come together daily: in our schools.”
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