Education seen as key to easing bias issues NEW
Education is the tool with the best chance to mend divisiveness among races and faith communities, according to panel members at a May 6 program hosted by Temple Shalom in Aberdeen. But, said the panelists at "A Caring Conversation for Unity - Speaking Out Against Racial and Religious Bias," many school systems are failing to provide guidance in wielding that tool to achieve that outcome.
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