(AP) - Authorities are investigating after white supremacist fliers were
left on doors across the Indiana University’s Bloomington campus.
Provost and Executive Vice President Lauren Robel posted a statement on
Monday saying the fliers were found on office doors of “faculty members of
color or scholars of race and ethnicity.” Robel says they fliers were
designed to intimidate and provoke anger.
The fliers are
attributed to a group promoting white supremacy. Similar postings of fliers
have been reported at other U.S. schools in recent months.
The university says
it is working with the FBI to identify those responsible for posting the
fliers. Tips are being sought from the public. Robel says the school
“rejects all forms of racism, bigotry and discrimination."