- - Sunday, June 30, 2019

I was surprised to see “More white supremacist propaganda showing up on US campuses” (Web, June 27) in my Washington Times, which usually has such high standards. Nowhere in this article is “white supremacist” defined; nowhere is an example given. The current “college viewpoint” has struck me as one that applies the label “white supremacist” to anyone who does not agree with the current far-left mood on campuses.

What is the extremist propaganda they’re talking about? Is it pro-life literature being distributed? Is it conservative speakers, most of whom are harassed when they go anywhere near a college speaking opportunity? Is it conservative groups asking to use school facilities, a request that frequently causes great animosity from the left?

My concern is that some readers might take this “fake news” article as fact.

YVONNE PATTEN LAW

Herndon, Va.



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