CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) – The College of North Carolina has rejected a request by white nationalist Richard Spencer to talk on campus.
Spencer is a pacesetter of the white nationalist motion and attended demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, that erupted into lethal in mid-August.
Chancellor Carol Folt wrote to the campus group on Wednesday that she declined a request for Spencer’s Nationwide Coverage Institute to lease area for him to talk due to “critical considerations about campus security.”
Within the aftermath of Charlottesville, tons of gathered final week on the College of North Carolina to protest a Accomplice statue on the Chapel Hill campus. That rally was largely peaceable.
Individually, protesters toppled a Accomplice statue in close by Durham on Aug. 14.
The College of Florida additionally lately denied a request for Spencer to talk there.
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