OBERLIN, OH (WOIO) –

Classes at Oberlin College were canceled on Monday after several hate-related incidents.

Students say that for the past several months, there have been flyers posted around campus degrading African Americans and homosexuals.

Early Monday morning, there was a report of a person wearing a KKK outfit on campus. The incident remains under investigation.

Students and faculty are encouraged to participate in a series of events planned for Monday, March 4.

  • 12 p.m. at Lord Lounge, Afrikan Heritage House

    Teach-in led by Africana Studies Department

  • 2 p.m. at Wilder Bowl

    Demonstration of solidarity

  • 3:30 p.m. at Finney Chapel

    Community convocation: “We Stand Together”

SOURCE: 19actionnews.com

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