Students examine hate and prejudice at popular diversity camp

High school students at Camp Anytown, a diversity camp in the San Francisco area, brainstorm ethnic stereotypes, participate in group hugs and sing "Kumbaya," among other activities. Although some observers object to redirecting school time and funds from academic studies, students say the four-day retreat raises their awareness about prejudice.

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