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Duluth hockey fans apologize for racist chants at 'Fighting Sioux' game

University of Minnesota-Duluth students sent a letter of apology to their peers and administrators, and set up a website where students could pledge to avoid using offensive language at sporting events.
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University of Minnesota-Duluth students sent a letter of apology to their peers and administrators, and set up a website where students could pledge to avoid using offensive language at sporting events.

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