In the email, Schrader encouraged people to report incidents via the university's anonymous reporting system or through the Wright State Office of Equity and Inclusion by emailing email@example.com or calling 937-775-3207.
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Schrader’s message was not prompted by any incidents on campus, said WSU spokesman Seth Bauguess. But, it comes just days after Wright State added a rules sign to a rock last year that caused some free speech and racial controversy on campus.
ICYMI: Wright State rock repainted to say ‘Black Lives Matter’
In September, the rock was painted by students to say “Black Lives Matter.” Shortly after, the word “black” was changed to “white” and later to “all,” causing some controversy. The controversy led to a march through campus to the rock which students repainted again with the word “black.”
“We are a community that is committed to justice, inclusion, freedom of expression, and civil discourse,” Schrader wrote. “We will remain steadfast in our opposition to discrimination in any form.”
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