Hate-group fliers found on SDSU campus

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Days ahead of the start of classes at San Diego State University, fliers and stickers supporting a white nationalist hate group were found around campus on Thursday.

The materials were posted at the Women’s Resource Center and the Pride Center. The university said they immediately began the process of taking the materials down.

A statement from the university read in part: “Further, the university denounces white nationalist hate groups and any form of action or conduct that serves to incite hatred or intolerance, which are inconsistent with SDSU’s community values of diversity and inclusion. Our campus community is one that deeply values and respects diversity, difference and inclusion.”

Similar flyers were also found on San Jose State University’s campus earlier this month.

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