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University of Minnesota reports religious discrimination behind most on-campus bias incidents in past year, with 9 antisemitic episodes in February alone

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Source: algemeiner

The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (UMN) reported last month that religious discrimination was behind a plurality of on-campus “bias incidents” over the past year, with nine antisemitic incidents occurring in February alone.

The report, a first from the school’s Bias Response and Referral Network (BRRN), found a dramatic spike overall this February, with a total of 22 episodes occurring, 12 more than any other  month. All of that month’s religion-fueled bias incidents were reportedly antisemitic in nature.