JCRC Comments on the Swastika Found at the University of Indianapolis
Tuesday, August 6, 2019
The Jewish Community Relations Council has been in close communication with senior administrators at the University of Indianapolis regarding the swastikas found in a dorm room on campus shared by two Jewish-Israeli students.
David Sklar, Assistant Director, said the following “We appreciate UIndy’s administration taking quick action to ensure the student’s safety and issuing a statement condemning antisemitic acts. We will continue to stay in touch with the administration and have offered to do what we can to support the students, university, and community at large as the investigation unfolds. In these difficult times, we ask that everyone continue to report hateful symbols and speech meant to intimidate or spread fear to the proper authorities.”
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