Racist ‘It’s okay to be white’ stickers found on University of Liverpool campus again
The stickers are the latest in a spate of racist incidents on campus
More stickers have been spotted today on UoL campus from far-right activists. The stickers depict the line "It's okay to be white". The stickers have been found near to the Brett Building, near the Sydney Jones Library.
The incident is the second this semester, after it was reported that Generation Identity, a far-right group, were attempting to recruit members on UoL campus a couple of weeks ago by putting up posters around the university. However it is currently unknown who is behind these latest stickers.
When activists were last on campus, staff and students were quick to respond.
And those of us who aren’t hideous racists have already torn them all down.
Fascism will never be welcome on our campus or in the rest of Liverpool.
— Joe Turner (@joe_turner177) October 15, 2018
Emma, a second year English Lit student gave The Liverpool Tab her opinion: "If all their stickers got ripped down last time why are they bothering though? Idiots".