The posters appeared on campuses across the country Halloween night. Photo courtesy of Anita Ukpokolo, Facebook.

‘It’s the message behind them’: Students, faculty react to signs

On Halloween night, posters stating “It’s ok to be white,” appeared around Concordia’s campus. Although they have since been removed, students and the community are still trying to make sense […]


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