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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.
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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.

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