Letter | Can CSU guarantee safety after Nazi posters episode?

CONCERN: Nazi Youth posters plastered across the CSU Bathurst campus over Christmas and new year have caused fear and anger.
CONCERN: Nazi Youth posters plastered across the CSU Bathurst campus over Christmas and new year have caused fear and anger.

RE: “Nazi Youth recruitment posters plastered around CSU campus”, January 3.

Personally, I don’t think CSU is able to guarantee the safety of minority students (and staff) including myself that are studying (or working) in the evenings at the Bathurst campus anymore.

I use the university’s facilities to study in the evenings (including studying over this summer semester) and this recent incident has left me to really consider not using the facilities provided at the Bathurst campus.

I had a very serious conversation with my family whether to stay and complete my study at CSU. It’s still an ongoing conversation in my family.

It’s hard to stand up and fight back the extreme right and at times extreme left by yourself or with one or two of your mates because the cowards only move in large groups.

Time to step up, CSU, and guarantee your students’ and your staff’s safety.

Ray Wilson, Aboriginal activist, Bathurst