Which word fits best with the scenario described below?
The Student Council sponsored a cultural event and encouraged all students to dress up to reflect their heritage and celebrate together.
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Is propaganda related to a culture event? Civil rights? Or Tolerance?
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its tolerance!! right?
Yes; the culture fair 'encourages' people to dress up and share their Heritage. So it would probably be 'tolerance'.
what about Which word fits best with the scenario described below?
Instead of just letting my friends tease the new student from another country, I spoke up and invited her to eat lunch with us.
'Propaganda' has a negative connotation in that it's a means of 'tricking' people into doing/believing something.
Which do you think best fits?
if its not, then its responsibilty because i know that holocaust dosnt go here
Yeah, holocaust is way too extreme. 'Scapegoat' refers to blaming someone for all things that go wrong, so it doesn't fit. 'Responsibility' would be best, because the person is 'taking care' of the new student.