Here’s a pop quiz: What do we usually call unsubstantiated assumptions about someone’s class, or position in life, based upon the color of their skin? Take your time. That’s right, racism. And that appears to be the order of the day at the University of Minnesota-Duluth, which is sponsoring an ad campaign whose core message is very difficult to distinguish from undiluted racism. Watch the ad below if you don’t believe me, and if that doesn’t convince you, keep reading: If the video doesn't load, I'll explain below: The University of Minnesota – Duluth (UMD) is now sponsoring an ad-campaign designed to achieve “racial justice” by raising awareness of “white privilege.” The project disseminates its message, that “society was setup for us [whites]“ and as such is ”unfair,” through an aggressive campaign of online videos, billboards, and lectures. The ads feature a number of Caucasians confessing their guilt for the supposed “privilege” that comes along with their fair features.[...] “You give me better jobs, better pay, better treatment, and a better chance – all because of the color of my skin,” says the narrator while showing a close shot of a Caucasian male.