A video challenge to show solidarity with a New Black Panther Party college student who’s being sought by police asks watchers to stomp the American flag and post their pictures to the Internet.

It’s called the #EricSheppardChallenge, aimed at giving support to a Valdosta State University student who self-identifies as a “terrorist toward white people,” as WND previously reported. Sheppard, 22, first made national headlines when a female veteran tried to intervene in his flag burning on campus. The video of their exchange, and the veteran’s subsequent altercation with police, went viral. Police later recovered a backpack belonging to Sheppard containing a gun and two clips, and kicked off a search for him.

Sheppard, meanwhile, has disappeared, and his father has called for him to turn himself in to authorities. The college student is reportedly a member of the New Black Panther Party and calls himself a “terrorist toward liars and those who are weak,” as well as a “terrorist toward white people.”

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Now, social media activists are taking to Facebook and Instagram to display photos and videos of themselves treating the flag with disrespect.

In one particularly graphic video, a poster named Erica Walker opens with a “[Expletive] you flag” before placing it on the ground and dancing on it, Campus Reform reported.

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