UNK Removes White Nationalist Posters From Campus

Dozens of white nationalist posters have been removed from the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus.

University officials say the signs promoted a racist agenda, with many of them carrying the message of "Prevent white minority by 2044." The posters went up over the weekend and were taken down this week.

Officials say the signs were removed due to the university's policy against putting up unapproved fliers on campus poles and doors, not because of the sign's content. They are also unaware of who put up the posters, but they do indicate a group to contact: The American Fascist Coalition Party.

UNK campus police are looking into who put up the signs.

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