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Even before this incident, the Portland Police Bureau had a history of bigotry, though the two officers denied any racial animus and described it as a prank.
Their appeals to bigotry – especially when aimed at LGBTQ people who fought for America – is the ultimate evidence that winning elections is more important to them than the values most Americans hold.
The process of appreciating that history and bigotry has been a focus for her during this summer of global social change.
A troubling omission considering that Pence has built his political career on defending anti-LGBT bias and bigotry.
If self-other boundaries really are this malleable, then maybe we can harness this capacity, both to tackle bigotry and alleviate mental health disorders.
Assassination and incendiarism were the common instruments of this diabolical association of fanaticism and bigotry.
It was not only in the mother country that frightful acts of bigotry and lust for wealth were enacted.
SPANISH LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYL. HIGGIN AND EUGNE E. STREET
The bigotry of Mary regarded not the ties of consanguinity, of natural affection, of national succession.
Borne down by colonial subjugation, monopoly, and bigotry, these vast regions of the South were hardly visible above the horizon.
Meanwhile great changes were taking place in England, where James was rapidly running his career of bigotry and oppression.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE

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