When white supremacists posted recruitment flyers on the Kutztown University campus, the community responded. They formed a coalition, Kutztown Resist, and held a rally and march on February 16.
Anti-oppression activist and middle school history teacher, Beth Patten, sent the following message:
“On a positive front, Kutztown University has mobilized against hate. They held a Unity Rally a week after the white supremacist posters were distributed, created an anti-racist group on campus, and made art out of the posters. http://www.berksmontnews.com/article/BM/20170216/NEWS/170219934 and https://www.kutztown.edu/news-and-media/news-releases/february-2017/ku-community-to-create-art-to-promote-unity.htm. Obviously, there is a lot of support. on the university campus.”