I'm in the early stages of planning out a short film to submit into a film festival, and the overall theme is required to be that of tolerance. I've already come up with a general outline for the movie; since I have access to a radio station I was thinking of having a man break in, turn on all of the equipment, and begin broadcasting a message of some specific kind of tolerance. I would put flashbacks at certain points throughout the short film, showing the specific incident that prompted the man to broadcast the message in the first place. But I'm struggling with what that message would be, I don't want it to be something sappy, cheesy and cliché like racism, sexual orientation or bullying. So what would be some creative, not normally done, and interesting examples?