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Boston College students angry about ‘white supremacist’ posters

American college students in Boston were extremely angry when posters with the classic Uncle Sam “I Want You” image and text reading, “I want you to love who you are. Don’t apologize for being white,” were put up at kiosks on the Boston College campus during an anti-racism protest.

Published: October 25, 2017, 8:41 am

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    The posters were found to be so offensive that they were taken down. The incident prompted a police response. An investigation into the issue has been launched.

    Police say the posters were put up by a “white supremacist group” that is not affiliated with the campus.

    Local Boston news channel WHDH 7 called the posters a “disturbing discovery” and claimed that they promoted “white supremacist” messages.

    “I am upset. I’m disappointed. I think that’s pretty much what you’ll hear from any student of colour,” said Boston College Junior Naya Joseph.

    WHDH 7 did not ask white students to comment.

    At the University of Southern California meanwhile, the employment of an anti-white professor has not been terminated.

    The University has a self-described “black identity extremist” on their payroll who says “whiteness” “must be, by any and all means, destroyed”.

    Charles H.F. Davis, according to his bio, is an “assistant professor of clinical education at the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California and chief strategy officer and director of research at the USC Race and Equity Center”.

    On his Twitter profile it shows a series of anti-white racial hate messages, advocating the murder of police officers.

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    • gblarge

      Flyers telling white people to not hate themselves deemed ‘hate speach’

    • We need to blanket this country with those posters. Force anti-Whites to show their hand.

    • GladIleft

      Therè should be no shame in loving yourself, your culture and your heritage and this includes white people.
      IT’S OK TO BE WHITE

    • Alan Ned Sabrosky

      Talk about something the Mad Hatter created on an off day….

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