A new set of alt right posters were found Monday morning on a University of Michigan cylinder posting area on the corner of South State Street and North University, citing websites that argue race determines intelligence and anti-Muslim sentiments.
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Three types of posters with racially charged messages were found on the University of Michigan’s campus in Mason and Haven Halls Monday morning.
One of the posters listed “reasons why women shouldn’t date Black men”. The other called for what it described as “Euro-Americans” to stop “denying your heritage...be white,” according to pictures tweeted out by the Black Student Union. The third poster includes an explanation of “race differences in intelligence” and evidence of a “genetic gap."