New Academic Year, Same Old Racism: Part III

No HateIncidents of racial hate continue to plague the campuses of American higher education. Here is a roundup of recent incidents at campuses across the United States.

A Black Lives Matter statement that was written on a rock on the campus of Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, that is used as student message board, was painted over with the message “White Lives Matter!”

At the College at Brockport of the State University of New York, someone wrote the message “Niggers Deserve to Die” on a white board in a residence hall.

A racial slur was written on the dormitory room door of two Black students at the University of Dayton in Ohio.

Ku Klux Klan recruitment posters were distributed on the campus of Clemson University in South Carolina.

Posters promoting the White nationalist organization Identity Evropa were found on the campus of California State University, Sacramento. The reported leader of Identity Evropa is a student at California State University, Stanislaus.

 

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