Campus police released alerts online via Twitter and Facebook assuring the campus was safe. The tweets, posted by the account @keanuagainstblk, were sent shortly after a peaceful rally against racial bias on college campuses.
The protests on college campuses against racial bias are proving to be effective. Just days after the president of the University of Missouri resigned, Claremont…
The situation that continues to unfold on the campus of the University of Missouri has intensified, with calls for violence against Black students and the…
The Republican candidate said he would never meet with anyone from BLM because they allegedly support the killing of police officers.
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.
Twitter explodes because #Mizzou students fear their lives after internet threats via #YikYak surface online. The threats were made by alleged KKK members who threatened to gun down black students on campus (the perpetrators who made the threats have not been discovered). Students contacted the school authorities about the threats but #Mizzou made a statement […]
A funeral was held for Tyshawn Lee, who was shot and killed in an alley while en route to his grandmother’s house on the South Side of Chicago.
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 chancellor at the University of Missouri announced his departure Monday, just hours after the embattled president stepped down under pressure over unchecked racism and harassment of Black students on campus.