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TIP 1 - Pushing back against hate online


When you want to push back against hate online, you should assume that the person didn’t mean to be hurtful. Don’t criticize or blame them.

Even if you think that they are trying to be hurtful, it doesn’t help to get angry at them.

Talk about the message instead: why it’s not accurate, why it’s hurtful, and why you don’t agree with it. Read more ...


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