U of M investigates case of 'racially-biased vandalism'

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December 05, 2018 11:02 AM

University of Minnesota officials are investigating a case of "racially biased vandalism" that occurred last week.

According to a spokesperson with the university, the message, on a community-created poster, was anti-Semitic and reportedly referenced white supremacist and Nazi sentiments.


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