Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Repost To Bigotry: Turning Back Ignorance At The Gates Of Minsk

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Hello again Pan Cogito,

With the anniversary of 9/11, I was hoping that you could help once more by reminding the readers of Renaissance Research about our short 2 minute video of peace and the pledge of tolerance on our site:


America was built on the principles of equality and basic human rights for all. Recent mosque protests and congressional hearings on American Muslims are all unfortunate examples of a rising tide of fear that lead to intolerance and inequality. This climate of suspicion towards our fellow Americans compromises the great values that our country was founded upon.

It would be great if you could once more post or tweet about this video. The site also has many other cool features including the ability to share your own stories and you can even take the "My Fellow American" pledge. I am here if you have any questions. Thank you so much.



Kitabs are the books written in Belarusian language using Arabic script. They were written mostly in the 16th century C.E. by the Tatars that lived in Belarus.

Kitab al-Musiqi al-Kabir

Joseph ben Judah ibn Aknin

Photo credit: Беларуская (тарашкевіца)‬: Татарскія могілкі ў Міры. Tatar cemetery in Mir, Belarus, October 2010. (c) Alexander Czajczyc 2010. Via Wikipedia. With thanks.

Mir, Belarus, Future European Union, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


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