A Board of Education member who posted an anti-Semitic tirade after a mass shooting has no place in leadership.Take Action
120 Members of Congress sent letters of praise to the anti-Semitic CAIR. Sign the petition telling them to stand against racism, not for it!Sign the Petition
The New Tolerance Campaign is a non-partisan grassroots initiative dedicated to upholding consistent standards of tolerance in mainstream American society. We promote "unbiased tolerance" by encouraging organizations, businesses, schools, and government agencies to maintain clear standards of acceptable conduct.Read More
The New Tolerance Campaign has a simple but powerful mission: to promote the consistent use of uniform standards of tolerance by mainstream American institutions. NTC recognizes the Constitutional rights of free speech and freedom of consciousness held by these institutions, and therefore we seek to achieve our mission by empowering concerned citizens to take action when these institutions fail to apply their own standards consistently.Read More
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Millions of dollars from US university endowments, foundations, and retirement plans have helped fund two billion-dollar Chinese facial recognition startups: SenseTime and Megvii. The Chinese government is using their technologies to surveil and profile its own citizens.Read more
NTC is launching its first public pressure campaign aimed at forcing the National Basketball Association (NBA) to clarify its standards of tolerance.Read more
Over 9,000 Americans have signed a petition calling on 120 members who recently wrote letters of support to CAIR to renounce their backing, arguing that they cannot also be against racism.Read more
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