Newton, MA., 04/09/18, At Newton North High School, student Patricia Kizito takes place in a discussion of bias. This is an all-zone story that looks at anti-bias training at three high schools, two that are using the Anti-Defamation Leagues' A World of Difference' program, and a third that uses another model, to explore the effects of Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and bullying on targets and witnesses, and offers strategies for speaking up and making a difference. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

Says Patricia Kizito of Newton North: “We have to become more aware of what we do and how it affects others.”

Local students say the hate stops here

Peer programs in Newton, Sharon, and Stoneham show high schoolers how to make a difference.By Hattie Bernstein

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The birth of leisure as seen through fashion – now at Fruitlands Museum

A new exhibit at Fruitlands Museum explores the burgeoning of leisure and recreation at the turn of the 20th century.

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The birth of leisure as seen through fashion – now at Fruitlands Museum

A new exhibit at Fruitlands Museum explores the burgeoning of leisure and recreation at the turn of the 20th century.

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