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How can we foster a climate of acceptance and cultural pluralism in the United States?
By simply being civil and tolerant and respectful to one another and treating each other as we would want to be treated. I think rudeness is at all time high. I am reading a book The Civility Solution & it has a lot of great info. [ I think if we educate ourselves on this subject & share what we are learning it will spread quickly. I was in a restaurant this evening & my waitress was at the
table next to mine & I heard her use the word CRAP. I couldn't belief she said that but she did. What would make a person say that when she is talking to people about food. So raising consciousness is the way to go. I think experience is important & when people learn from experience it is the best teacher. Many who live far out away from others are moving in to the more populated areas & that will help. When you need help & the person who helps is not in the body or from the geographical area you love you start loving them anyway. ]
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