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Fliers Advertising ‘White Students Group’ at UCLA Removed From Campus

(Credit: Glenn Koenig/ Los Angeles Times)

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Fliers Advertising ‘White Students Group’ at UCLA Removed From Campus

Students walk by the Powell Library at UCLA in March. “We are a group that is interested in discussing what can be done …”
The fliers listed a website, a Twitter account and an email address for more information. (Credit: Glenn Koenig/ Los Angeles Times)

A handful of fliers posted at UCLA promoting a “white students group” that school officials say does not exist on campus have been removed, officials said Wednesday. UCLA Maintenance workers found three or four of the hand bills taped to buildings on Monday, said campus spokesman Tod Tamberg. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. Tamberg said that none of the groups listed were affiliated with UCLA and that the school had no white students group. 40.306000
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