freedom from prejudice

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According to the Bahai.org website, "BahEi'E[degrees] beliefs address such essential themes as the oneness of God and religion, the oneness of humanity and freedom from prejudice, the inherent nobility of the human being, the progressive revelation of religious truth, the development of spiritual qualities, the integration of worship and service, the fundamental equality of the sexes, the harmony between religion and science, the centrality of justice to all human endeavors, the importance of education, and the dynamics of the relationships that are to bind individuals, communities, and institutions as humanity advances towards its collective maturity."
It is a world-view characterized by traits like healthy skepticism, universalism, freedom from prejudice, objectivity and rationality.
About 50 northern Jews served as quartermasters during the war, thanks in part to Lincoln's freedom from prejudice.
They wanted things that most of us take for granted: to benefit from appropriate education; independent living in the community; access to health services relevant to their needs; a chance to work without barriers; a recognition of their (often considerable) abilities, not just their disabilities; a freedom from prejudice; and to be valued - and loved - for what they are.
Domestic violence is associated with violation of a range of human rights - right to life, right to physical and sexual integrity, right to safety, right to fair trial, right not to be subject to torture and torment, right to property and economic independence, right to privacy, right to family life, right to housing and food, education, health and medical care without discrimination, right to work, freedom from prejudice, right to communicate with children, right to affordable legal assistance, etc.

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