INEQUALITY

 

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VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN—IT'S A MEN'S ISSUE | JACKSON KATZ

 

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IS IT OK TO FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE AROUND SOMEONE OF A DIFFERENT RACE?

We cannot help who we feel uncomfortable around. So yes, it's okay. Just be aware of why you're uncomfortable and how you can change your behavior. Your uncomfortable feeling isn't fair to you or to a person of that race. People are afraid of two things: the possibility of danger and the unknown. If you feel uncomfortable around someone, is it because you don’t know the person? Is it because you were taught to be uncomfortable around them? Both can be changed, but you need to put in the work in order to improve your mindset about different races.

WHY DON’T I CARE AS MUCH AS I SHOULD ABOUT INEQUALITY?

If inequality doesn't affect your rights and freedoms, you might not feel the same as minorities about the topic. Maybe you don't have an opinion about it, and that's understandable! We rarely feel strongly about things that don't affect our everyday lives. Instead of ignoring what is happening around you, educate yourself on how and where discrimination occurs. It's okay to not be deeply involved in fixing the problem, but don't be oblivious to the injustices that are present in society.

 

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Cats to Cats is a peer-to-peer organization. The students on staff are not qualified to give advice or assist directly with any of the mental health issues presented. All informational and educational content is from widely-accepted sources and the testimonies of individuals featured and interviewed. More information on any of the sources or individuals can be found on this page or on our website. The information cited does not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of the Cats to Cats Team or Los Gatos High School. 

Students can seek on-campus professional help from our contracted mental health provider CASSY, or view our Cats to Cats Therapy Information page for information on outside organizations. In addition, crisis hotlines are listed on our website.

In addition, if we receive any information involving potential or real harm to self or others, we are legally required to report the incident, which can lead to potential intervention by school or other authorities. The person who contacted us and/or the person's parents will be contacted to verify that the student's parents are aware of the situation and/or that the student is under the care of a professional.

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