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After all, we made it through the Red Scares and the McCarthy period; we survived a depression; we've overcome many obstacles of bigotry and bullying.
But one horrific racial gesture by a player-not by a fan-against a player on the opposing team last week spotlighted in one glaring instance that bigotry in sports needs to be eradicated from our shores.
The increasing incidents of Hindu extremism and bigotry, and of the persecution and lynching of the Muslims, Christians and other minorities by Hindu fanatics, witnessed in India over the past few years, have confirmed the worst apprehensions of the keen observers of the Indian society.
He murdered them because of his irrational bigotry. He murdered them because of a hateful heart.
On our Facebook page, Anne Elizabeth said: "The one thing I hate about Glasgow is this bigotry.
'Unmasking Prejudice: Silencing the Internal Voice of Bigotry' invites the reader to recognize and remove the hidden masks of prejudice so that he or she can have a hand in changing the cultural narrative and bringing healing to our land.
Bigotry and extremism are a universal problem and has affected all nations of the world.
I thought religious bigotry had ended, but not so for CNN, MSNBC, The Washington Post, Sen.
Dubai: The Airtel Twitter row yesterday has given way to a more important discussion in India - blatant and open bigotry.
"It is one of the last acceptable forms it seems of xenophobia and bigotry, and a remnant of English colonialism."
Is there something different about anti-Semitism compared to other forms of bigotry and racism?