February 22, 2020

Flyers Promoting Neo-Nazi Group Found at University of Southern Indiana

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Flyers that promoted a white supremacist organization were found on several cars parked at the University of Southern Indiana’s (USI) Evansville campus on August 6.

According to the Evansville Courier and Press, the flyers read, “Proud to be white? Contact like-minded people.” They then directed people to the website for the neo-Nazi The Creativity Alliance group. 

Among those who found the aforementioned flyer on their car was USI Geology Professor Paul Doss was one of the people who wrote in a Facebook post that day, “Every windshield in my parking lot at my esteemed institution of higher learning … this morning had this flyer on it. Sheriff and security personnel were there. And by the way, my answer to the question is hell no.”

USI Spokesman Ben Luttrell told the Courier and Press on Aug. 7 that the university is “actively investigating” the matter.

The Creativity Alliance spread similar flyers on the USI campus and parking lot on April 2018. The white supremacist organization openly advocates for “a racial holy war” against Jews and minority groups. Their “golden rule” is: “What is good for the White Race is of the highest virtue. What is bad for the White Race is the ultimate sin,” according to National Public Radio