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Mistakes Made on International Day Of Tolerance, Says Diversity Club

"International Day of Tolerance" Creates Diversity Misunderstanding in Wabash County

By Rachel Martin





November 23, 2011Updated Nov 23, 2011 at 12:02 AM EST

WABASH COUNTY, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – What was supposed to be “International Day of Tolerance” turned into a couple days of bullying and intolerance at Northfield JR/SR High School in Wabash County. The Metropolitan School District of Wabash County held a school board meeting Tuesday night to address the issue.



It's a case of "who's not tolerating who?" There are several sides to the issue, and all sides said their stance was not tolerated. Last Tuesday, Northfield’s Diversity Club members said they wanted to symbolize and promote unity and diversity by having students wear multi-colored shirts for "International Day of Tolerance".



However, Diversity Club members said the day

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Added: Nov-25-2011 Occurred On: Nov-23-2011
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Tags: intolerance, indoctrination failure, diversity is economic strength, cultural marxists, programming
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