A student at Oklahoma City University School of Law has been expelled after distributing fliers on campus that read, “It’s OK To Be White.”

The student was already suspended in October when the fliers appeared and violated the terms of that suspension when he returned to campus, university police told The Oklahoman newspaper. A spokesman for the law school declined Tuesday to identify the expelled student, citing federal privacy laws, but the university issued a statement about the incident.

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