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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.
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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.

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