Elderly man spotted plastering white supremacy posters in Princeton

‘It’s okay to be white’ posters found days before

An unknown man has been spotted plastering white supremacist posters up around Princeton.

Princeton Public Safety reported that a man in his 50s or 60s was seen putting up a large sign reading "It's OK to be white" in large black text.

A university affiliate waiting for the bus noticed the man on November 14, Princeton spokesperson Daniel Day told The Tab today.

"It's OK to be white" posters were spotted near Frist Campus Center a week preceding the incident.

He attempted to paste a second poster, reading "Love Your Race" also in large black text. The Anti-Defamation League has identified this slogan as associated with Neo-Nazism.

The man left when the community member asked that he stop putting up the posters. The community member then proceeded to remove the posters herself.

The campus was searched for more flyers, but no others were found. The individual has not been located, and no further suspects, leads, or witnesses have been found.

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