A new tool for compassionate communication
Say This, Not That is an online platform that identifies harmful words and phrases in copy — any written content you choose to analyze. Then, STNT offers alternative words that are more inclusive and compassionate, with detailed explanations.
What is “STNT”?
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What people are saying about STNT
Se-ah-dom Edmo, VP of Oregon Indian Education Association http://bit.ly/se-ah-dom
Studies have shown that race-based sports images significantly decrease self-esteem and self-efficacy of Native American students. The use of Indian mascots pops up in our communication. STNT can help flag this problem for people who may not already know this issue.
Kelley Weigel, Executive Director, Western States Center http://bit.ly/team-wscWestern States Center’s vision is about racial, gender and economic justice. I love that STNT is one platform that addresses all these challenges: racism, sexism, classism, homophobia, and transphobia.
Vanessa Dominguez, Youth Director, Momentum Alliance http://momentumalliance.org/
“People on the margins, from youth to undocumented immigrants, often do not get to define the words and terms used to describe them. I’m excited that STNT opens a wider possibility for people to understand how we want to be talked about.”