Signs criticizing illegal aliens and Muslims were discovered Monday on three buildings and at least one utility pole at the University of Texas.
MyStatesman One of the signs, on a pole along San Jacinto Boulevard just north of 23rd Street, implored people to “imagine a Muslim-free America.” A graduate student in history photographed it and posted the photo on Twitter, adding the question “Hate speech or free speech?”
— Kristie (@thehistoriann) February 13, 2017
UT spokesman J.B. Bird said university staff members discovered signs on the outside of the Student Activity Center, the College of Liberal Arts and the Sanchez Building. “The signs, some of which were affixed with adhesive, are in the process of being removed. They’re very hard to get off.” Bird said. “The university vigorously supports the free speech, but………”
Hey UT – someone has been putting these flyers around campus so be on the lookout and take them down if you see them pic.twitter.com/n9GwA7OFuX
— brady 👩🏽🌾 (@bradylee_) February 13, 2017