Toleration facts for kids
Tolerance is not taking action against people who do things one does not like. The opposite of tolerance is intolerance. Intolerance is often found in dictatorships historically and often causes the hate crime and hate speech. Tolerance is often about religion (religious toleration), sex, or politic opinion, nation, race, disability or gender identity.
Images for kids
Sculpture Für Toleranz ("for tolerance") by Volkmar Kühn, Gera, Germany
The cross of the war memorial and the Menorah for Jewish people coexist in Oxford.
Original act of the Warsaw Confederation 1573. The beginning of religious freedom in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
The Maryland Toleration Act, passed in 1649.
- In Spanish: Tolerancia social
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