If you see a hateful, little, Gollum-esque creature running around Nantucket, Mass., please contact the local police because they are searching for that individual.
Black students at the University of South Carolina received a warm welcome on the first day of classes when students discovered racist signs posted on a campus bulletin board.
In September, the Air Force Academy Preparatory School was rocked by racist vandalism that was found on the doors of five black cadets. The incident made national headlines, while photos of the graffiti, which read, “Go home nigger,” traveled far and wide.
Despite the fact that Riley County, Kan., police opted not to charge a black man who admitted to tagging his own car with horrifying, racist graffiti and sparking tensions across the community, the Kansas State University Black Student Union is not at all pleased and is demanding that the perpetrator face charges.
A black Kansas man has admitted to tagging his own car with horrific, racist graffiti that disgusted residents and sparked racial tensions, calling the incident a “Halloween prank that got out of hand.”
“Go Home Nigger Boy,” “Fuck You Die Dumb Nigger,” “Date Your Own Kind”: These are but some of the horrific slurs that were tagged on a car near Kansas State University Wednesday, and now students at the school say they are tired of the racism that occurs on and around campus.
Eddie Curlin, an African-American former student at Eastern Michigan University, was arraigned Monday morning in Washtenaw County, Mich., District Court on multiple charges stemming from three racist vandalism incidents that took place on the campus between September 2016 and spring 2017.
This week, five African-American students at Air Force Academy Prep School in Colorado found the words “Niggers go home” scrawled on the dry-erase boards outside their dorm rooms.
A Lake City, Fla., family say they're shocked after finding racist graffiti painted on what was left of their home, which was lost in an unrelated fire on New Year's Eve, Action News Jax reports.
The Ashburn Colored School opened in 1892, a single-room schoolhouse that gave black children in Northern Virginia the opportunity to receive an education, 30 years after the Civil War ended in the capital of the Confederacy.