At the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia, a mural celebrating Zeta Phi Beta’s Founders’ Day was vandalized with a white supremacist slogan.

In celebration of their 99th anniversary, members of the sorority painted the Beta Bridge on campus with their sorority letters, colors and founding year. The bridge has been used by student organizations to spread information since the early 20th century. The next day, January 17, the mural had been defaced with the phrase “it’s OK to be white,” a phrase that has become common in white supremacist spaces. It’s even been used by hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan.

In 2017, Charlottesville became the site of violence and white supremacy at a white nationalist rally. Heather Heyer was killed at the rally when a neo-Nazi drove a car into a large group of people counter-protesting the rally.

Now, more racism has been uncovered.

“On its face, the statement is both innocuous and obvious. It is OK to be white. But the intent of the flyer’s author is not to state the obvious. It is to find sympathizers to the white nationalists’ cause,” said Richard A. Baker, the president of the American Association for Access, Equity, and Diversity.

The university sent an email condemning the “racially motivated targeting of the sorority’s positive message on Beta Bridge.”

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