Students will hold an emergency anti-hate rally on the Boston University campus Wednesday evening after racist flyers were found on the campus last weekend, according to an event listing on Facebook.
The flyers — which included phrases like “The Nazis are coming!” and “Black Lives Don’t Matter”—are now under investigation by school police.
Boston University President Robert Brown addressed the fliers in a letter to the campus on Tuesday.
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“We as students, faculty, staff and members of the Boston University community and the larger Boston community will not stand for Nazism or any kind of racism and discrimination on this campus,” the event’s Facebook page reads. “We have decided that it is time for us to say enough is enough.”
Concerned community members will gather at 5:30 p.m. at Marsh Plaza.
An organizer for the event did not immediately return a request for comment.