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DULUTH NAACP

From the column: "While we certainly encourage you to show up to our events for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we implore you to get involved in other ways throughout the year."
Organizers have found some success advocating for issues such as jail care and a crisis response team, but they said much work remains to be done in the criminal justice system.
Classie Dudley grew up in Duluth. Now, she is changing it for the better.
Duluth, Superior and Grand Rapids will all host events on the weekend of what's now a official federal holiday.

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After an independent volunteer official barred a student from participating in the Northern Sectional swim meet hosted by the Duluth YMCA due to a Black Lives Matter swimsuit, the decision was overturned and the official removed.
Students involved in ACT-SO will have the opportunity to work with a mentor on a project to present at a competition with the hopes of moving on to the national competition this summer.
From the column: "Throughout the past year, the Duluth NAACP worked to enact very real changes in the region, particularly in areas of law enforcement, health equity, and education."
In lieu of a traditional march, interfaith service or community breakfast, the NAACP will host a series of virtual activities.

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