Our Office for Diversity is proactive when it comes to hate. The word proactive may require a little explanation. It was built on the pattern of the word reactive, a reaction being the effect of a cause that has happened and a proaction being the effect of a cause that is imagined. It is thus reactive to eat when you are hungry, but proactive to eat when you think about being hungry. It is reactive to go indoors when it rains, but proactive to go indoors when you think about getting wet. It is reactive to punch your neighbor when he grabs you by the throat, but proactive to punch him when you think about him grabbing you by the throat.
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