Bias-related incidents and hate-group propaganda on college campuses have recently captured greater public attention as America’s political climate has become more charged. Since President Trump’s election, many people with far-right, racist, and sexist views have felt emboldened to speak freely.
Fliers promoting white supremacy, swastikas, and other offensive symbols and language targeting racial and religious minorities have appeared on campuses around the country. Such events have unsettled students and prompted college presidents to emphasize that the incidents run counter to the missions of their institutions. Outsiders are often to blame, but students have been involved in some cases….
Read more in The Chronicle of Higher Education.