Twin Ports coalition launches anti-racism campaignA new anti-racism campaign focusing on what white people can do to help reduce racial disparities in the Twin Ports will make its public debut today.
A new anti-racism campaign focusing on what white people can do to help reduce racial disparities in the Twin Ports will make its public debut today.
“It’s hard to see racism when you’re white” is the slogan for the Un-Fair Campaign, sponsored by 15 local organizations. The campaign’s goal is to raise awareness about white privilege in the community and to provide resources to help overcome the problem.
Or, as the campaign’s literature puts it: “See It, Know It, Stop It.”
The campaign will use posters, billboards, a website, events and television and radio public service announcements to make the public aware of white privilege.
Brittany Norwood ROCKVILLE, Md. – A woman convicted of killing her co-worker at an upscale yoga clothing shop in the Washington suburbs, then spinning an elaborate lie about being attacked by two masked men, was ordered Friday to spend the rest of her life behind bars. A judge sentenced Brittany Norwood, 29, to life in prison without parole, rejecting defense pleas that she deserved an eventual shot at rehabilitation and freedom.