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Universities Speak Out Against Intolerance + More

Bowling Green Community Stands Together Against Racist Tweets, Again

Anti-Bullying Policies in Higher Ed

Clara Wajngurt, Anti-Bullying policies on college campuses

Not On Our Campus Proclamation

Not On Our Campus ProclamationHere you will find a Not On Our Campus Proclamation from Scottsdale Community College, in Scottsdale, AZ. The proclamation opposes hate violence and promotes safety, inclusion, and acceptance on the Scottsdale Communty College campus. This proclamation also designates a Not In Our Town Day. 

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NFL Player on Equality, New Not On Our Campus Campaign + More

 Upstander Spotlight: NFL player writes beautiful essay about acceptance

The Real Oxford Asians of Miami University

This month, students at Miami University are making the distinction between humor and discrimination. A student-created Twitter account called "Oxford Asians" attracted nearly 1,000 followers using language that some called "benign humor," while others found it a "form of cyber racial bullying."

NIOT Roundup: 'We Must Not Stand for Acts of Hate'

Vassar students stand up to hate group


Students at Vassar College have raised more than $84,000 for The Trevor Project, which provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBT youth, in response to a visit from a hate group.

Round Up: Election Night Protests, Tigers’ Delmon Young & Transgender Victims

Ole Miss Students Hold Vigil After Election Night Protests

Last week, University of Mississippi students stood up to another divisive protest. On Election Night, after the re-election of President Barack Obama, more than 400 students gathered to protest, yell racial epithets and burn an Obama campaign sign.

Fronteras Begins 5-Part Series About Hate Crime Solutions Today

Tune into this original Not In Our Town programming from our public media partners at Fronteras.

KJZZ 91.5 Enews: Changing America - the Search for Tolerance.  A Fronteras: the Changing America Desk five-part series about hate crime solutions, beginning July 23