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Reader's view: Anti-racism campaign unfairly singles out one race

I am writing concerning the anti-racism campaign. I personally find it offensive because I feel it is singling out one specific race. If people want to stop racism, there should be gatherings of ethnic backgrounds showing traditions, foods, belie...

I am writing concerning the anti-racism campaign. I personally find it offensive because I feel it is singling out one specific race.

If people want to stop racism, there should be gatherings of ethnic backgrounds showing traditions, foods, beliefs, etc., and showing the positives and the contributions their cultures have given to America as a whole.

Race, gender, sexual preference and creed should not factor in.

Here is my definition of racism: ruthless, assumptions, concerning, individual, social, minorities.

It's hard to see racism if you're narrow-minded, unaccepting, afraid and superficial. That's what the Un-Fair Campaign should be about.

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Susan Valentine

Duluth

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