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  • Donate the Hate turns racist comments into donations
  • Donate the Hate turns racist comments into donations
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Donate the Hate turns racist comments into donations

Misanthropic comments made online may now face an ironic twist. An involuntary online charity initiative – named ‘Donate the Hate’ – makes donations to refugee projects in Germany for every hateful comment shared, fighting xenophobia without resorting to censorship.

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