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    Students taught: It's unfair to be WHITE

    Students taught: It's unfair to be WHITE

    Despite the longstanding message that a person's skin color should not matter in America, students at this school are now being taught that it's "unfair" to be white.

    We're not joking here. They claim having fair skin is actually "unfair."

    Take a look at this poster with a beautiful young white woman, and the eye-popping messages scribbled on her face ...

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    STUDENTS TAUGHT: IT'S UNFAIR TO BE WHITE

    'An opportunity to learn and to grow together'

    Published: 16 hours ago by JOE KOVACS

    Despite the longstanding message that a person’s skin color should not matter in America, students at the University of Wisconsin – Superior are now being taught that it’s “unfair” to be white.

    It’s part of a controversial effort known as the Unfair Campaign, designed to teach America’s youth that “systems and institutions are set up for us [whites]” and as such are “unfair.”

    One of the main slogans for the campaign is: “It’s hard to see racism when you’re white.”

    CampusReform reports the campaign was initially sponsored by the University of Minnesota – Duluth, but after an investigation conducted by CampusReform, that college dropped its partnership, and labeled the program “divisive” and “alienating.”

    The Unfair Campaign uses online videos, billboards and lectures to help promote its message, and a variety of posters features white-skinned people adorned with facial messages such as, “Is white skin really fair skin?”

    UWS spokeswoman Lynn Williams told CampusReform that her school is using the campaign as an “opportunity on our campus to talk about all privilege and to create conversation.”

    “We really felt that this was an opportunity for the campus and the neighboring community to learn and to grow together,” she added.

    Williams indicated UWS has already held a number of “diversity dialogues” tied to the Unfair Campaign, with some professors talking about the project in class.

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    The person or persons that wrote that crap on this pretty girls face should have their asses kicked. Im a peaceful guy, but that is just so racist and offensive and the people behind this anti white movement in America are every bit as dispicable as the Nazis and the KKK. Folks, we have brown nazis in America.

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    One of the main slogans for the campaign is: “It’s hard to see racism when you’re white.”
    Really? Ever hear of affirmative action? Racial quotas? NAACP? United NEGRO college fund?
    I SEE racism each and every time I see Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Maxine Waters, Sheila Jackson Lee, Samuel L Jackson....because I know when any one of them opens his or her mouth to speak something racist will come out.

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    Campaign Celebrating White Guilt Embraced At Wisconsin University

    February 14, 2013 by Sam Rolley

    School officials at the University of Wisconsin-Superior are supporting a campus campaign to make it clear to students that those born white should feel extremely guilty about their genetic makeup.

    The Un-Fair Campaign, a project whose originators claim is an effort to teach white people that “systems and institutions are set up for us [whites]” and it is unfair to every individual who does not have white skin.

    Officials at the school claim the project is an “opportunity on our campus to talk about all privilege and to create conversation,” according to Campus Reform.

    “We really felt that this was an opportunity for the campus and the neighboring community to learn and to grow together,” a spokeswoman for UWS told the website.

    Plastered throughout the campus are posters similar to those below:



    The campaign has also reportedly been advertised in a handful of towns throughout the Nation. In January 2012, residents in Duluth, Minn., launched the campaign in their town and erected billboards advertising how unfair it is to be white.

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    MORE 'WHITE GUILT" BEING PUSHED BY LIBERAL ACADEMIA. MORE INDOCTRINATED YOUTH BUYING INTO PROPAGANDA....

    THIS IS OUR FUTURE AMERICA....ARE YOU AWAKE YET PARENTS?





    Wisc. University Stands By Campaign To Teach Diversity By Writing ‘Unfair’ On White Students’ Faces

    The University of Wisconsin Duluth-Superior is standing by a controversial campaign launched in 2012 to increase public awareness about racial favoritism by writing “unfair” on students’ faces along with a variety of grievances supposedly shared by minorities against Caucasians. The university released a statement last week defending the project and saying that the campaign is prepare to enter its second phase.

    “The creative materials for the campaign’s initial phase, launched in January 2012, were designed to be very provocative,” reads a statement released by the University. “UW-Superior understood and expressed serious concern about the nature of these materials. However, rather than abandon a well-intentioned effort, UW-Superior chose to continue working with the other community partners to help refocus the campaign’s future direction.”

    The statement makes it clear that this initiative was not concocted by the University alone. It was launched as part of a coalition effort conceived by a group of community sponsors.

    The statement accuses the media of misleading reports that suggest the university would teach the values embodied in the “unfair campaign” to students. They insist that UW Duluth-Superior does not teach “unfair” in the classroom.

    Finally, the University announced that “unfair” is entering a second phase. “Racism: Ignore It And It Won’t Go Away,” was launched summer of 2012,” the statement reads. “At a recent series of community meetings, residents of the community have already begun to chart its future course.”

    Not all the original partners are standing by the “unfair campaign.” Last year, the University of Minnesota ceased their support for the awareness effort calling it “divisive” and “alienating.”


    Wisc. University Stands By Campaign To Teach Diversity By Writing ‘Unfair’ On White Students’ Faces | Mediaite



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