White supremacists are targeting American students with flyers and posters on U.S. college campuses, according to a report this week by the New York-based Anti-Defamation League, posted on its blog.
Since the start of the 2016-2017 school year, there have been 107 incidents of flyering by white supremacists, the ADL reported.
Since January 1, 2017 alone, white supremacists have distributed flyers on American campuses in 65 separate incidents that involved outright acts of hate.
Some of the flyers have said things like, “Imagine a Muslim-Free America” and there have been bumper stickers and other stickers that have proclaimed things like, “Make America White Again.”
Some of the campuses received anti-Semitic faxes as well. Some white supremacists, such as Richard Spencer, spoke on campus.
Two groups are responsible for the majority of the events: Identity Evropa’s “Project Siege” and American Vanguard’s “Northern Propaganda Campaign.” Campuses in 25 states have reported seeing flyer and poster activity at their schools, including in California and Texas.