Listen: Protests go on despite July 4 weather and event cancellations

On today’s episode, protesters gather in Superior, Duluth schools grapple with staffing issues, and more.

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“We are lucky that we can go over to Minnesota,” Christina DeGraef, one of the Superior rally’s organizers, told the News Tribune. “But that’s not the point. The point is that every state should be a safe state.”

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Wyatt Buckner is a Digital Producer for the Duluth News Tribune, where he has worked since June 2022.
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