HomeNews WireLaw Student Expelled After Posting These "Offensive" Flyers on Campus Editor December 13, 2019 The Oklahoma City University School of Law recently expelled a law student after he posted flyers around the campus until someone found them to be too offensive. The flyer read, "IT'S OKAY TO BE WHITE". I must offend people every day when I walk around in public being white. But really, how is reminding people that it's ok to be white in a society that demonized white people offensive? White people can be okay with being white, they can even be proud to be white because there is nothing wrong with having any skin color. There's Asian pride, black pride, and gay pride and of those are something to be proud of in today's society, but being white is terrible and bigoted. Police director for the school, Bill Citty, said that the real reason he was expelled was that he was already suspended from school and should not have been on school property. Coming to the school to post the flyers violated his suspension. According to The Oklahoman, “The reason you look into those types of things is you want to make sure the individual is not a threat to other students,” he said. “You have to look into those issues in this date and time. People worry, students worry, staff worry, parents worry. You have to make sure.” Administrators at the law school quickly recognized the student while viewing security camera footage of the incident. Similar flyers have appeared on college campuses across the country in recent years. The phrase originated on the internet chat forum 4chan and has been promoted by white supremacist groups, according to the Anti-Defamation League, an anti-hate organization. Citty wouldn’t confirm whether investigators determined the student to be a member of any white supremacist groups. The incident didn’t appear to be connected to Halloween or in retaliation to a Day of the Dead altar set up inside the school, as some students originally speculated. Upon an investigation from law enforcement, they found no evidence of any crime having been committed…DUH!