Racist Bumper Sticker Removed from UM Native American Building
> Students on Monday discovered a white supremacy bumper sticker stuck to the door of the University of Montana’s Payne Family Native American Center.
> A week and a half earlier, a student discovered discriminatory messages stuffed into books in the African-American section of the Library.
> The sticker read “Save the White Race! Earth’s Most Endangered Species” and was posted on the doors of the recycling center of the Native American building.
> Several Native students came into American Indian Student Services on Monday upset by what they saw.
> “When things like this happen, it deflates the students,” said Fredricka Hunter, director of American Indian Student Services. “I think students are hoping something will happen. There’s a no-tolerance policy on campus.”
> The person or people responsible for the acts could face criminal and university penalties, said Lucy France, director of the Equal Opportunities and Affirmative Action office.