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Stand Against Racism event is Friday

Fort Dodge residents urged to join the fight for a more tolerant community

April 24, 2011
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Is standing "for" something harder than standing "against" it? Maybe it's just the idea of taking a stand in the first place - most people would rather not. Dare I say it takes courage? Individuals struggle to belong, connect and share; it's hard to be either for or against - especially if you suspect you might be standing there alone.



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