It is in the interest of all us to do something when we see a tribalistic incident. Bystanders do, of course, assess the advantages and disadvantages of interference: many can quickly conclude that the potential price of speaking out against tribalism outweighs the benefits of doing so. But when bystanders speak out against tribalism, it can have profound effects. Hearing or seeing a bystander intervention can foster increased expressions of anti-tribalism. It can also defeat some of the conditions of tribal prejudice, given that those who tribally abuse others tend to believe that those around them share their attitudes. That is to say, bystander action stops someone committing an act of abuse from thinking that the community accepts their behavior.
By joining our movement, you are pledging and committing to staying away from any tribalistic activities or actions to discriminate, insult, denying somebody’s right, commit violence, joke about tribalistic myths, or hold hateful views towards other clans and tribes.
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