Update: Black History Month Signs Defaced

We have new information on the defaced Black History Month signs from last week.

The police report on the incident states that an unidentified worker from the Bursar’s Office discovered the two signs near Heritage Plaza on the morning on February 8th. A UTC housing employee pulled up the signs then took them to police.

We contacted Vanguard America, the organization associated on the sign, for comment on the incident. A representative denied any knowledge of the event.

The Perch hosted a discussion about the vandalization of the Black History Month signs. The show aired on Valentines Day at 5 P.M., as the hosts talked about the disturbing posters. The show was to make students aware of the incident and the displeasure of UTC officials.

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