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The troubling, deeply disturbing incidents just keep coming.
Friday, November, 30, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - Opinion
Three men from the Iron Range have been charged with a bias crime in St. Louis County District Court after an investigation of a year-old incident in Virginia.
Friday, November, 30, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - News
Three men from the Iron Range have been charged with a bias crime in St. Louis County district court with fourth-degree assault after an investigation of a year-old incident in Virginia.
Thursday, November, 29, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - News
MINNEAPOLIS — A conservative legal group claims in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that Minnesota taxpayers have been wrongfully charged for more than 37,000 elective abortions for indigent women since 1999.
Thursday, November, 29, 2012 - Associated Press - News
A second blackface incident has surfaced in Duluth a week after a video went viral showing two women in facial masks making disparaging remarks about African Americans.
Thursday, November, 29, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - News
Advent would seem to be a season steeped in the Christian faith. A worship resource from my denomination says that the Advent season, the four weeks including Sundays before Christmas, “proclaims the comings of the Christ.”
Tuesday, November, 27, 2012 - For the Budgeteer News - Budgeteer
News Tribune editorial: Three weeks ago today, someone — or a group of someones — put a President Obama mask over the face of what has been described as a scarecrow, wrapped a rope around the scarecrow’s neck and threw the rope over the top of a billboard across from Miller Hill Mall. Sadly, authorities appear no closer today than they were Nov. 6 to catching anyone responsible for the cowardly, racist and hateful act.
Tuesday, November, 27, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - Opinion
A lesser-known but profoundly influential leader in the civil rights and nonviolence movements will be remembered and honored today at a march in Superior.
Tuesday, November, 27, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - News
The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled a closed-door conference for Friday to review cases that seek to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act overwhelmingly approved by Congress and signed by President Clinton.
Monday, November, 26, 2012 - Associated Press - News
There’s no point in debating whether or not the video of two blackface-wearing University of Minnesota Duluth students — one currently enrolled, one former — is racist and derogatory. The two women admitted as much to the school’s student newspaper last week, apologizing profusely for having “horribly decided” to clown around obscenely in front of a video camera after putting on facial treatments.
Sunday, November, 25, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - News
A video posted Wednesday on YouTube is the same one that the University of Minnesota Duluth alerted its campus to last week and described as a “video with unfortunate racist content,” the school’s student newspaper reported on Wednesday.
Thursday, November, 22, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - News
A video posted today on YouTube is the same one that the University of Minnesota Duluth described last week as a “video with unfortunate racist content” in an e-mail alert to the campus community.
Wednesday, November, 21, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - News
DAVID H. GANS: The Supreme Court is poised to decide blockbuster cases about affirmative action, the constitutionality of the Voting Rights Act and, possibly, marriage equality. Let’s hope the justices remember how President Lincoln captivated the nation and helped transform the Constitution from a slaveholders’ charter to a document that affirms liberty, equality, and democracy. They should all see “Lincoln,” then reread his “perfect gem” of a speech.
Monday, November, 19, 2012 - Constitutional Accountability Center - Opinion
UMD alerted its campus to an apparent racist video Thursday via e-mail after it was brought to the administration’s attention through its online reporting system.
Friday, November, 16, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - News
FARGO – A small but vocal group of disgruntled North Dakotans took to the Web after last week’s election to put the state on the map in an ugly way.
Thursday, November, 15, 2012 - Forum Communications - News
The high court says it will consider eliminating the government's chief weapon against racial discrimination at polling places since the 1960s.
Friday, November, 09, 2012 - Associated Press - News
The disgustingly dishonest Doonesbury strip of Oct. 28 illustrated one reason for the divisiveness and incivility we all say we abhor. Much worse, it suggested a rationale for violent civil unrest in the event of a close defeat of President Obama.
Saturday, November, 03, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - Opinion
The Un-Fair Campaign is more than just a set of billboards. We challenge ourselves to ask, “What are the racial injustices we see? What are we doing about it?” Oftentimes we find, as Oscar Wilde put it, “The truth is rarely pure and never simple.”
Thursday, November, 01, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - Opinion
It sounds like one of the most boring jobs imaginable: follow and videotape a political candidate for months as he glad-hands and delivers essentially the same campaign message day after day. But occasionally that politician can stumble, and that’s when a tracker hopes to be there.
Sunday, October, 28, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - News
This election is only tangentially a fight over policy. It also is a fight about meaning and identity — and that’s one reason voters are so polarized. It’s about who we are and who we aspire to be.
Sunday, October, 28, 2012 - Duluth News Tribune - Opinion