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erhaps one of the scariest things about hate is its insidious creep. If we’re willing to accept one prejudiced behavior, is it really all that difficult to accept the next one? “Name-calling and stereotyping can lead to dehumanizing, which can lead to discrimination,” says the Anti-Defamation League’s Jeremy Shaver. “That’s why it’s so important not

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