Duluth is again on the cutting edge of "virtue signaling" with the City Council's say-no-to-hate resolution ("Duluth City Council passes anti-hate resolution," May 14).

The powers that be seem to have a need to shame an entire city once again because some morons posted flyers and wrote graffiti that allegedly were racist. City staff members do not need more of the "implicit bias and diversity training" the resolution calls for because I am pretty sure they were not the culprits.

Maybe we should put back up the "white privilege" billboards because that worked so well last time.

Can't we just accept that Duluth is a good place to live with mostly good people and a few people who are stupid? No amount of training, feel-good resolutions, or billboards are going to fix that.

Michael Nash

Duluth