Following online threats and a number of racially charged vandalism incidents at the University of Missouri, officials at Howard University are boosting security on campus after also receiving threats targeting Black students.
As of Thursday morning, the threats and vandalism continued. Police were investigating an incident at the Columbia campus’ Black culture center. Someone spray-painted over the word “black” on the sign to the culture center.
Young people from far and wide are hosting their own protests and writing letters of support to join the #Mizzou cause in schools like Smith, Cornell, Emory and Howard.
Inspired by the recent protests against racism at the University of Missouri, scores of students at Ithaca College in New York decided to stage a walkout Wednesday demanding that the institution’s president, Tom Rochon, step down.
Just one day after the resignations of both the president and school chancellor following protests against racial injustices on campus, verbal and social media threats have been made towards University of Missouri students.
The students of Yale University used their voices to speak out against several instances of racial injustice on the Ivy League campus.
The FBI arrested three Virginia men who were planning to start a “race war” by bombing Black churches and Jewish synagogues.
Police brutality at schools continue.
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