Religion and Prejudice

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WHAT IS PREJUDICE?
Means to pre-judge someone, usually without any real evidence to base their judgement on
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WHAT IS DISCRIMINATION?
Is when we put prejudices into action
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WHAT IS TOLERANCE?
To accept that people have different opinions and beliefs from your own
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WHAT IS JUSTICE?
That everyone deserves the same rights and deserves the same treatment
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WHAT IS COMMUNITY?
A collection of people that work together to help each other so that everyone benefits
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WHAT IS HARMONY?
The community accepts each member including their differences
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WHY ARE PEOPLE PREJUDICE?
Bad experience, parents/upbringing, media, ignorance, scapegoating
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WHAT IS SCAPEGOATING?
Blames others as an excuse for a problem
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WHAT ARE THE 7 TYPES OF PREJUDICE?
ageism, sexism, disability, looks and lifestyle, racism, religion, homophobia
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WHAT IS AGEISM?
Discriminate someone because of their age
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WHAT IS SEXISM?
Prejudice because of someones gender
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WHAT IS HOMOPHOBIA?
Prejudice towards those who are attracted to people of the same gender as them
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WHAT RELIGIOUS BELIEVERS HAVE FOUGHT AGAINST PREJUDICE AND DISCRIMINATION?
Martin Luther King, Desmond Tutu, Gandhi
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WHAT DID MARTIN LUTHER KING DO?
Bus boycott, preached against violence, marches, sit ins, political speeches
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WHAT DID DESPOND TUTU DO?
Vision to make south Africa totally non-racial, Non-violent struggles,marches,boycotts, petitions, media
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WHAT DID GANDHI DO?
Non-violent protests, he fought to change peoples views towards people from other castes in India, "An eye for an eye and the whole world would be blind"
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WHAT IS DISCRIMINATION?

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Is when we put prejudices into action

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WHAT IS TOLERANCE?

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WHAT IS JUSTICE?

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WHAT IS COMMUNITY?

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