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Rainbow Not Tolerated at School

Last week my daughter and two other students from her class were assigned to make a bulletin board in the subject of tolerance. They were working on it after school in our house. They divided responsibilities and my girl got some drawing and slogans to make. She made a big rainbow flag made from stripes she coloured herself and wrote LGBTQ+ with capital letters. They had also made some notes about different groups they considered might be discriminated because of disabilities, different skin colour, nationality or beliefs, and added a few photos. Seemed right to me and I was proud of them.

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Katarzyna Orłow

Katarzyna Orłow

Polish by birth and residence. A passionate writer, painter, and sailor. I write about development and mindfulness as well as the reality around us.