MU students gathered at Speakers Circle Monday afternoon, calling on administrators to condemn white supremacy on campus.
In recent weeks, white supremacist propaganda was posted on campus. It is not known whether the posters were posted by a member of the community or a student.
The protest started around noon, and there were about 14 people in attendance when it began. The crowd gradually grew as time went on.
Students shared anecdotes about racism and discrimination they have faced on campus and started several chants, including “Protect your students, not your money,” and a call-and-response: “M-I-Z, Z-O-U. If students die, then that’s on you.”