Friday, February 23, 2007

Anti-Semitic Chants Seen as Chance to Educate

At a Bishop Sullivan Catholic School...from the Pilot Online:

Students at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School will receive sensitivity training as a result of anti-Semitic chants and graffit i during a recent basketball game against rival Norfolk Academy.

Several Sullivan students met with Norfolk Academy's cultural diversity club Thursday as part of a series of events aimed at promoting tolerance, Sullivan Principal Dennis W. Price said.

"It is important that we work harder at having students leaving here who are tolerant and understand how serious these kinds of things are," he said.

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