Duluth Minnesota: 'Un-Fair' Campaign Attacking Whites in Full Swing
Posted on: 2012-02-07 18:32:00
Hyper enlightened liberals, leftists, grievance addicts and multiculturalists attack out of the blue with billboards, leaflets, workshops, seminars, speakers--all to demonize majority white Duluth, Minnesota.
Leaders from around the Twin Ports are taking a stand against racism. They’ve collaborated in a unique way, to launch public awareness about white privilege.
It’s called the Un-Fair Campaign, (contact them HERE) and the goal is to fight racism. The theme is based on the fact that organizers said some people get unfair advantages based on their skin color, and unfair disadvantages as well.
“It’s difficult to see and understand racism when we as white people are not subjected to acts of discrimination and intolerance,” explained Ellen O’Neill, executive director of the YWCA.
"It's difficult to see and understand racism when we as white people are not subjected to acts of discrimination and intolerance," explained Ellen O'Neill, executive director of the YWCA.
So this group is hoping to spread the message that it's hard to see racism, if you're white. That message is on billboards around Duluth. There are also posters that you will see around town.
Other goals include breaking the silence of racism, taking accountability for the problem, and building a base of white allies to eliminate racism.
People of color at the kick-off said it's time for a change, and that they hope people will see this as an opportunity to speak out against racism.
There are events coming up this spring to help keep the conversation going: