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The Unacceptable

Our challenge is to match words to deeds to stop allowing the unacceptable.
— Madeline K. Albright, Former United States Secretary of State

... and we must be clear with our words, in defining what is unacceptable. What makes the Holocaust so unbelievable is how much atrocity was "acceptable" to the perpetrators and those who lived through it and did nothing...

...the frictions of our differences.

One day, sooner than later, if we become activists for humanity, we will no more resort to conflict due to the frictions of our differences.
— Lieutenant-General Romeo Dallaire, Former commander of UN peacekeeping forces in Rwanda

From the USHMM website. If we practice tolerance and caring, if we are active in our empathy, we can prevent ourselves and others from acting out of hate...

"Silence is never the answer..."

...silence is never the answer...the opposite of love is not hatred, but indifference.
— Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize recipient

A quote from the greatly missed Elie Wiesel. Wisdom to be remembered by...