We reported recently on a large “Diversity is a code word for White Genocide” sign placed on a Manchester school fence. An identical sign placed at another Manchester school has been reported in the article below.
By MICHAEL COUSINEAU
New Hampshire Union Leader
MANCHESTER — A racially charged sign was found last week at a second city school, Webster Elementary School, Manchester School District Superintendent Dr. Bolgen Vargas said Sunday.
A resident spotted a sign identical to the one reported found hanging on a fence outside Middle School at Parkside last Tuesday, Vargas said.
“He did remove the sign and obviously was concerned, but he didn’t report it to us until he saw the article in your newspaper,” Vargas said.
The news comes before an “open community vigil” planned from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at Rock Rimmon Park, according to an event notice posted on Facebook.
The Rimmon Heights neighborhood as well as the Manchester community want to bring attention “that such fear and racism will not be tolerated,” according to the Facebook message.
Vargas applauded the efforts of residents organizing the vigil and said he would attend if his schedule allows.
The sign referenced the “White Genocide Project” and read, “Diversity is a codeword for white genocide.”
In his letter to parents, Vargas explained the sign is part of a campaign known as the White Genocide Project, which, according to its website, “believes the present day social policy of ‘diversity’ is nothing more than a coordinated campaign of genocide against White people.”