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Imagine A World Without Hate, Racism, Anti-Semitism Or Homophobia
March 23, 2013
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The Anti-Defamation League has put together this moving and thought provoking video to celebrate its 100th anniversary this year.

It's called 'Imagine A World Without Hate' - a world without racism, anti-semitism and homophobia.

The video pictures where the world might be if Martin Luther King, Anne Frank, Matthew Shepard, Daniel Pearl and others hadn't become victims of hate.

On its site, the ADL says "Imagine what these individuals could have continued to contribute to society if bigotry, hate and extremism had not cut their lives tragically short."

It's part of a broader action campaign to fight bigotry and extremism.

The organization says "after 100 years of fighting bigotry and fostering respect, we are celebrating our successes, while at the same time recognizing that we still have a long way to go to achieve the reality of a world without hate."

You can participate in the campaign by going to the Anti-Defamation League's website right here.

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