The Supreme White Alliance is coming to Duluth Saturday to protest an anti-racism campaign that focuses on white privilege. Organizers of that campaign have urged people to stay away from the white power rally and now an alternative event supporting racial justice is in the works.
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Supreme White Alliance rally leads to confrontation at Duluth Civic Center
The News Tribune reports several dozen counter-protesters yelled and threw snowballs at about ten members of the white supremacy group Saturday morning. Police say four people were arrested for disorderly conduct. Members of the SWA organized the rally in reaction to the city's anti-racism campaign that focuses on white privilege. About 300 people gathered at a separate rally in Canal Park.
Duluth activists plan to actively ignore 'white pride' rally
A group called the Supreme White Alliance is planning a rally in Duluth to protest an ad campaign with the slogan "It’s hard to see racism when you’re white." Activists on the other side are encouraging people to stay away and not engage with a group that they say is seeking attention and trying to recruit new members.
'White Pride' website publicizes rally in Duluth to protest 'Un-Fair' campaign
Members of Stormfront.org say there will be a rally in Duluth on the morning of March 3rd to protest a controversial advertising campaign meant to draw attention to racial inequalities.
Un-Fair Campaign's anti-racism billboard in Duluth defaced with racial slur
A racial slur has marred an anti-racism billboard by the controversial Un-Fair Campaign in Duluth. The billboard, which reads, "Racism: Ignore it and it won’t go away," was defaced with a painting of the Confederate flag -- along with what is considered a variation of the N-word, says Claudie Washington, president of the local chapter of the NAACP.
Wolf hunting opponents rally in Duluth
Two groups against the upcoming wolf hunt in Minnesota, Duluth-based Northwoods Wolf Alliance and Twin Cities-based Howling for Wolves, organized an event dubbed the "Wolf Walk" in Duluth on Saturday, the WDIO reports. Minnesota's first wolf hunt in nearly 40 years is set to begin on Nov. 3rd.
UMD pulls out of Duluth's public service campaign on race
The Un-Fair Campaign aims to promote a dialogue on race in Duluth by focusing on privileges afforded to white residents. The University of Minnesota-Duluth is among 18 partners that put together the campaign. But the university is pulling out, saying the campaign is divisive and has alienated people.
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