Hate Group Posters at Cal State San Marcos

October 31, 2018

Days after two campuses in Vermont were plastered with "It's OK to be white" posters, white nationalist posters appeared at California State University San Marcos. University officials removed the posters, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. The newspaper quoted President Karen Haynes, who referenced the impact of these posters going up after recent "horrific shootings" in Kentucky and Pittsburgh.

“While we grieve for the victims and offer our support to those impacted -- the survivors, their friends, family members and loved ones -- I want to be clear: white supremacy and anti-Semitism, or any other doctrines that expose hate and elevate one group above another, have no place at Cal State San Marcos,” she said.

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