Copies of a booklet detailing 101 ways to combat prejudice are available at the Diversity Council in Rochester.

The booklet is part of "Close the Book on Hate," a national campaign by Barnes &; Noble and the Anti-Defamation League that began in September 2000 in response to school violence.

The booklet offers a list of things to do in schools, places of worship, communities and workplaces that can help to fight prejudice.

It also provides a list of books to read about the importance of diversity.

The Diversity Council at 220 Broadway S., Rochester, has the booklet and other resources available for children and adults.

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