The Michigan State University (MSU) board of trustees voted to change the name of a building that was named after Stephen S. Nisbet, who was allegedly a member of the Ku Klux Klan, on Friday.
According to The Detroit News, Nisbet was an MSU trustee from 1964 to 1970. The building was named after him in 1974.
On September 4, MSU President Samuel Stanley said that he had recommended the name change to the board after learning about Nisbet’s alleged KKK connection.
“It was recently brought to…