Campaign Celebrating White Guilt Embraced At Wisconsin University

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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:

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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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