Students rally outside UNL against racist video

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LINCOLN, Neb. More than 100 Nebraska students rallied outside the University's Student Union Wednesday afternoon.

"We are saying enough is enough and we want the University to do more," said Trentell Gordon, a student on campus.

The rally was in response to a man who describes himself as "Nebraska's most active white nationalist."

In the two hour video, a junior Biochemistry major, who we are choosing not to name, talks about his violent and racist ideologies.

"Trust me I want to be violent, really violent," said the student.

The video has made waves on campus over the last few days. Now, the student body tells 10/11 it feels threatened.

The University sent an email to students, saying it is aware of their concerns and is taking the matter seriously.