Nearly a year after students protested racial bias on campus, black students at University of Missouri are speaking out against yet another instance of racism they say happened on their campus.
A group of black students claim they were verbally assaulted and called racial slurs by a group of white students on Tuesday.
The black students are members of Mizzou’s group, Legion of Black Collegians (LBC).
Yet another racially motivated attack has happened this week at Ole Mis University… Black Student Victim Of Racially Motivated Attack By Peers At Ole Miss In the second blatanty racist incident at Ole Miss University this week, an A...
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sept 28 (Reuters) - The University of Missouri said on Wednesday a fraternity accused of making racial slurs toward a group of black students had been suspended, less than a year after allegations of racism on camp...
Members of a University of Missouri fraternity yelled the n-word and other obscenities at a group of black students on campus.
Black students at the University of Missouri have released the documentary Concerned Student 1950, which gives an inside look behind last year's anti-racist protests at the University of Missouri.