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A defense attorney on Friday called the recent cross-burning incident an offensive “juvenile prank,” while the prosecuting attorney called it a “crime of hatred and intolerance.”
Saturday, June, 09, 2012 - Bemidji Pioneer - News
Two Bemidji men were arrested Wednesday in connection to a burning cross reported in a yard north of the city last month.
Thursday, June, 07, 2012 - Bemidji Pioneer - News
Last January when the Un-Fair Campaign kicked off we all got a glimpse of why a discussion and continued dialogue is necessary — people thought the posters and billboards were an accusation of all white people and an insult. They're not really.
Wednesday, June, 06, 2012 - Duluth Budgeteer News - Budgeteer
When Reginnah Weah walked across the stage at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College on May 24 to get her degree as a registered nurse, it was the culmination of a journey that started 5,515 miles away and 15 years ago.
Sunday, June, 03, 2012 - Pine Journal - News
An 8-foot-tall burning cross was found last week by a Beltrami County woman who said she believes her family was targeted because of their race.
Wednesday, May, 30, 2012 - Bemidji Pioneer - News
On Feb. 2, the News Tribune published two very fine letters on the Un-Fair Campaign and on dealing with racism in Duluth (“Racism neither new nor limited to one group” and, “To end racism, treat others as you wish to be treated”).
Monday, May, 28, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - Opinion
Two Minnesota Sexual Offender Program (MSOP) clients in Moose Lake were sentenced on Wednesday for assaulting the program’s security counselors, while two others scheduled for sentencing refused to be transported to the Carlton County courthouse.
Saturday, May, 26, 2012 - Pine Journal - News