Reaction Paper On Intolerance

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“We live in a culture that is blind to betrayal and intolerant of emotional pain.” - Sandra Lee Dennis. Unwilling to grant equal freedom of expression, especially in religious matters, and unwilling to grant or share social, political, or professional rights is Webster's definition of the word intolerance. My definition of the word intolerance is unwilling to accept people who they are. Intolerance has shaped people around the world from the Jews in the Holocaust to African Americans in Central. There are many things that required intolerance throughout history and one of them is the Holocaust where millions of Jews were brutally murdered at the hands of the Germans. It was awful people were taken from their homes and sent to concentration camps. Therefore Auschwitz was one of the biggest and main concentration camps, as soon as you got there you were checked by a Nazi to see if you would live or die. Your whole train could be sorted out in 30 min many…show more content…
I think that getting rid of intolerance is one step closer to getting peace. My view on intolerance is that it lives in our world today. I think many people suffer from abuse because of it. In our community it is not very diverse. Anyone who isn't the same race stand out. I think it is still a problem within our community now. I think people think that it's ok to bully other people because they don't have the same race I think it's awful. When we see someone getting bullied, we don’t stand up. If we see someone down, we don’t help them back up. I really think that the whole world needs to understand that you need to make sacrifices in order to make someone happy. Even if standing up to someone doesn’t make you the most popular kid in school it doesn’t matter. The only thing that matters is what you think about yourself. We need to look up at the world around us, and see what's become of

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