From WBAY 2 News:
_Racial tensions and communication barriers between white and Hmong hunters have led to seven hunter deaths in Wisconsin over the past three years.
[Now], state officials, conservation groups, and Hmong leaders are working to bring harmony to the woods this fall. A Waupaca County man is also joining in those efforts. . . . His solution was to make No Trespassing and Private Property signs in both English and Hmong. A Hmong coworker helped Humbert with the translation.
“People are understanding that I’m not out to make a quick buck, I’m not out to be racist or discriminative toward any race. I’m out there to help bridge the communication barrier or that gap,” [Eric Humbert] says._
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