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Bystander inaction: Education is the antidote

The Op-Ed “Why bystanders fail to intervene when strangers need help” helps explain the inaction of bystanders when they see the needs of the “other” rather than as the needs of “one of us.” This mindset can best be changed through education, something on which the Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle is focused. The...

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