'Stop Un-Fair Campaign' Unveils New Billboard

By KBJR News 1

'Stop Un-Fair Campaign' Unveils New Billboard

September 4, 2012 Updated Nov 3, 2013 at 6:26 AM CST

Duluth, MN (Northland's Newscenter) -- A grassroots effort to counter and end the Duluth-based Un-Fair Campaign, unveiled its first billboard on Central Entrance Tuesday afternoon.

The billboard was created and funded by members of the group, which they hope sends a message to Duluth residents that the Un-Fair Campaign is a racist campaign that targets and divides people by race instead of bringing unity and togetherness.

The supporters of the 'Stop Un-Fair Campaign' believe that to end racism, we must celebrate and embrace diversity, and that targeting white people, or any one race, “defaces” it.

The hands are of two 4-year-old girls who live in Duluth.

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