Students decry swastika graffiti

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Students decry swastika graffiti

Incidents at FLC prompt calls for more tolerance
Keith Winchester, a sophomore environmental geology major at Fort Lewis College, accepts a button from Nancy Stoffer, coordinator of diversity programming at Fort Lewis College. Students are wearing red and “Respect Starts Here” pins to register their disgust with recent graffiti on campus depicting swastikas.
“It felt important to celebrate all of the ... decency of this place,” said Nancy Stoffer, coordinator of diversity programming at Fort Lewis College. Stoffer said students handed out fliers and buttons, wore red and signed a petition as a response to racist graffiti discovered recently on campus.

Students decry swastika graffiti

Keith Winchester, a sophomore environmental geology major at Fort Lewis College, accepts a button from Nancy Stoffer, coordinator of diversity programming at Fort Lewis College. Students are wearing red and “Respect Starts Here” pins to register their disgust with recent graffiti on campus depicting swastikas.
“It felt important to celebrate all of the ... decency of this place,” said Nancy Stoffer, coordinator of diversity programming at Fort Lewis College. Stoffer said students handed out fliers and buttons, wore red and signed a petition as a response to racist graffiti discovered recently on campus.
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