Stop The Hate

I was just watching Fareed Zakaria GPS, that airs on Sundays, and which I highly recommend. He closed this program with horrifying videos of young men running up to older men and violently pushing them to the ground. The rest of the story is that both men were of Asian descent. He went on to cite statistics demonstrating that acts of hate against people of Asian descent have risen dramatically since DT coined the phrase the “Chinese Virus”.

Please STOP the hate. Seriously, anytime a person treats someone else harshly or negatively or unfairly because that someone else is different than they are, then all that person is doing is demonstrating the depth of their ignorance along with their inability to think for themselves. People are not born hating.

~Stephen Barth

#LoveConquersHate #RandomActsOfKindness #LetsBeNice #GivePeaceAChance

Stephen Barth

Stephen Barth, an attorney, professor, and author of Hospitality Law, Intelligent Emotions: On Self Responsibility, Owning Our Emotional Power and Changing Our Reactions, and co-author of Restaurant Law Basics, is well-versed in the world of hospitality law. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Houston, Conrad N. Hilton College, he was an adjunct professor at Texas Tech University. With over twenty years of experience in hospitality operations, including line positions, management, and ownership, Professor Barth is a regular guest speaker covering a variety of issues for national, regional, and local industry associations and businesses. Professor Barth is a member of a select group of instructors worldwide designated by the Educational Institute of the American Hotel & Lodging Association to instruct its Certified Hospitality Educator (CHE) program. Recently, he has been quoted in many national publications including: Hotel News Now, Leisure & Hospitality International, USA Today, Successful Meetings, NBC News, and the Los Angeles Times.

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