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The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to…
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The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity

by Sally Kohn

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Probably the most important book I’ve read this year. It took me a while because I had to stop and reflect on what I had read. I buy very few books, but I am buying this book. I read it on a Kindle. That was a big mistake. It is the kind of book that needs pages dog-eared and notes made in the margin. In this time of hate, I found lots of practical advice, including looking at myself and my own prejudices. ( )
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"Television commentator Sally Kohn talks to leading scientists and researchers to investigate the evolutionary and cultural roots of hate, and confronts her own shameful moments and points the way toward change with the hopeful message that we all have the capacity to combat hate"--… (more)

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