UManitoba removes antisemitic posters targeting building namesake


CBC reports that upwards of 70 posters that used antisemitic language and defamatory statements against the late alumnus Israel Asper were discovered on the University of Manitoba campus. A statement from UManitoba indicates that the identified posters have been removed and that the incident has been reported to the Winnipeg Police Service. “We are deeply proud to have our business school named in honour of alum, Israel Asper,” reads a statement from UManitoba. “UM calls out racism and antisemitism in all its forms and does not tolerate the distribution of hateful propaganda on our campuses.”

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