Re: Intolerance vs. Ignorance
Ron W. Fox (RonWFox@AOL.COM)
Mon, 5 Jun 1995 21:14:05 -0400
"I have to agree that you can't learn tolerance by hiding differences."
My point, well summarized.
"A lot depends on the setting and how things are handled, however."
Rather than re-quote your entire posting, let me simply state that the
point above that you developed was something that I neglected to
consider. I do consider it well taken. When something like this is
done, the leaders must make sure that the proper preparation is made.
Participants must understand that tolerance of other's beliefs is part of
the Scouting spirit. Teaching this is what I am trying to accomplish
in suggesting this course of action.
Cubmaster, Pack 69
Des Plaines Valley Council
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