Un-Fair Campaign Unveiled!

NEWS RELEASE

For immediate release
Contact: Ellen O’Neill, 218/722-7425, ext. 106 about events

Un-Fair Campaign Unveiled!

April 18, 2012, Duluth, MN – Before there were billboards there were partners and posters and a website. The billboards were just the tip of the Un-Fair Campaign. Two upcoming events will go deeper into the Campaign and find out more about what is going on currently in the Campaign.

April 24, 6:30 – 8:30 pm FREE
Teatro Zuccone in the Zeitgeist Arts Building, 222 E Superior Street

Un-Fair Campaign Partner’s Roundtable
Each of the partners in the Campaign have committed to working on white privilege and racism within their own organizations. This is the first of a series of roundtables that will share with the public what that work looks like for specific partners. This roundtable will focus on the work within Lake Superior College, UMD and UWS and will include a team of representatives from each of those educational institutions.

April 27, 7:00 – 9:00 pm FREE
Teatro Zuccone in the Zeitgeist Arts Building, 222 E Superior Street

Let’s Keep Talking: A Readers Theatre Experience
The Un-Fair Campaign has received hundreds of emails in the last two months. This interactive experience will showcase 30 of these emails, pro and con, to get a flavor of what our community is saying about white privilege. No names will be used and no racist, offensive comments will be read. Professor Scherrie Foster, who teaches Cross Cultural Communication at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, and is also a communication consultant, will facilitate an audience discussion on the different perceptions and worldviews expressed in the messages. It will be an engaging, thought-provoking and insightful evening as we examine, together, the multiple realities we live in. The readers will be members of our community, some of who are well known in the theatre world!

Campaign partners include:

These events are free and open to the public and
are a part of the Un-Fair Campaign
NEWS RELEASE

For immediate release
Contact: Ellen O’Neill, 218/722-7425, ext. 106 about events

Un-Fair Campaign Unveiled!

April 18, 2012, Duluth, MN – Before there were billboards there were partners and posters and a website. The billboards were just the tip of the Un-Fair Campaign. Two upcoming events will go deeper into the Campaign and find out more about what is going on currently in the Campaign.

April 24, 6:30 – 8:30 pm FREE
Teatro Zuccone in the Zeitgeist Arts Building, 222 E Superior Street

Un-Fair Campaign Partner’s Roundtable
Each of the partners in the Campaign have committed to working on white privilege and racism within their own organizations. This is the first of a series of roundtables that will share with the public what that work looks like for specific partners. This roundtable will focus on the work within Lake Superior College, UMD and UWS and will include a team of representatives from each of those educational institutions.

April 27, 7:00 – 9:00 pm FREE
Teatro Zuccone in the Zeitgeist Arts Building, 222 E Superior Street

Let’s Keep Talking: A Readers Theatre Experience
The Un-Fair Campaign has received hundreds of emails in the last two months. This interactive experience will showcase 30 of these emails, pro and con, to get a flavor of what our community is saying about white privilege. No names will be used and no racist, offensive comments will be read. Professor Scherrie Foster, who teaches Cross Cultural Communication at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, and is also a communication consultant, will facilitate an audience discussion on the different perceptions and worldviews expressed in the messages. It will be an engaging, thought-provoking and insightful evening as we examine, together, the multiple realities we live in. The readers will be members of our community, some of who are well known in the theatre world!

Campaign partners include:
These events are free and open to the public and
are a part of the Un-Fair Campaign

Unfair Campaign Year In Review

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