Thursday, April 28, 2016

‘Racist’ Noose Drawing Leads to Two Black Students

Via Billy

fake hate board

When Salisbury University police discovered that someone drew a stick figure hung by a noose on the school library’s whiteboard, they launched a hate crime investigation.

But after realizing it was two black students who drew the picture – which showed the hangman crying, included the N-word with an arrow pointed at the stick figure, as well as the message #whitepower –  they decided not to press criminal charges, The Delmarva Daily Times reports.

English Associate Professor James King told The SU Flyer that the school’s investigation identified the students responsible for the racist drawing, which was originally discovered April 10.

“I confirm two students have been identified,” he said, “and are both African American.”

More @ EAG


  1. At Clemson a few weeks ago, "someone," hung some bananas on a banner celebrating black folks. This action preceded a sit in and much media attention.
    Supposedly the culprits were caught/identified. There has not been one single word in the news about who hung said nanners. If the culprit(s) were white, everyone in the country would know them and they would be expelled.
    So if I had to bet, ID say the nanner hanger is black.

  2. Its almost like nobody has anything better to do with their time.

    1. They certainly don't use it studying. I remember a post that mentioned on Friday nights about all you see in college libraries are Asians.