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School removes posters carrying white nationalist messages

School removes posters carrying white nationalist messages

KEARNEY, Neb. (AP) _ The University of Nebraska at Kearney has removed dozens of signs that carried white nationalist messages.
University officials say many of the signs said, “Prevent white minority by 2044.”

University spokesman Todd Gottula says the signs “promoting a racist agenda” went up over the past weekend. He says they were taken down because they’d been posted on doors into buildings and on poles around campus instead of at university-approved locations, such as bulletin boards.

Gottula says the posters “weren’t removed because of content, they were removed because they weren’t approved per our policy.”

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