Racist Caller Leaves Offensive Voice Mail Messages at Simmons College of Kentucky

Administrators at Historically Black Simmons College of Kentucky in Louisville received at least two racially offensive voice mails following the presidential election.

One caller left a message that said: “”Boy ya know, a few, me and a few of my upstanding white friends from the community would sure wish you would shut that nigger college down, ya know please tired of all you niggers starting problems with all the white folk around.”

The same caller left a similar message a couple of days later.

Note: The comments section at JBHE.com has also received an increased number of offensive messages since after the election. Comments submitted for publication in JBHE.com are screened before approved for publication and offensive messages are deleted.

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