Who created the Campaign and its materials and how will they be used?
A committee of the YWCA, working with a Duluth area advertising agency, developed the graphics for the campaign over the course of a year. The content, look and feel were developed after extensive conversations with the committee and community partners.
Posters were printed and made available to partner organizations from mid-October 2011 through January 2012. They will be used to bring attention to the issue of white privilege as well as serve as a tool for encourage dialogue and programs that meet partners organizational objectives.
In January, the campaign will launch publicly with billboards, bus signs, additional posters, and radio and TV public service announcements. At that time, posters and other campaign materials will be made available to the wider community.
- Central Labor Body: www.laborworld.org/clb_home.htm
- CHUM (Churches United In Ministry): www.chumduluth.org
- Clayton, Jackson, McGhie Memorial Inc.: www.claytonjacksonmcghie.org
- Community Action Duluth: www.communityactionduluth.org
- Domestic Abuse Intervention Project: www.theduluthmodel.org
- Duluth American Indian Commission: http://www.duluthmn.gov/community_development/committees_commissions/daic.cfm
- Human Rights Office, City of Duluth: http://www.duluthmn.gov/human_rights/index.cfm
- Lake Superior College: www.lsc.edu
- League of Women Voters: www.lwvduluth.org
- Life House: www.lifehouseduluth.org
- Luthern Social Service – Duluth Services: www.lssmn.org
- Men as Peacemakers: www.menaspeacemakers.org
- Office of Duluth Mayor Duluth Ness, City of Duluth: http://www.duluthmn.gov/mayor/
- NAACP: www.naacp.org
- Peace Church UCC: www.peaceucc.org
- St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services: www.stlouiscountymn.gov
- YWCA: www.ywcaduluth.org