Racism

Read: Amid Racial Unrest, Missouri Students Arrested for Threats

Amid Racial Unrest, Missouri Students Arrested for Threats

The threats, made by two 19-year-old students, are not believed to be related.

Read: New York College Appoints Title IX Coordinator

New York College Appoints Title IX Coordinator

The school was looking for someone with a legal background and a commitment to students.

S.C. Teen Arrested for School Shooting Threat

The boy attended Dorman Freshman Campus, a high school in Roebuck, South Carolina.

FIRE: Okla. Racist Chant Controversy Prompts Many U.S. Colleges to Censor Free Speech

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education claims U.S. institutions of higher education are violating the First Amendment rights of students whose speech is deemed offensive.

Read: Former NJ School Security Head Claims He Was Fired For Being White, Wins $100k Settlement

Former NJ School Security Head Claims He Was Fired For Being White, Wins $100k Settlement

The former head of security at a New Jersey school district said he was told that his subordinates were uncomfortable having a white boss before being fired.

Read: School Security Guard Fired After ‘Black Thug’ Remark

School Security Guard Fired After ‘Black Thug’ Remark

A school security guard in New Jersey lost her appeal to a judge after she was fired for a Facebook status that referred to a man as ‘another black thug.’

Read: Ferguson Report Finds Flaws in Schools as Well as Police Department

Ferguson Report Finds Flaws in Schools as Well as Police Department

School resource officers from Ferguson’s police department act in an ‘unreasonable’ manner while in the town’s schools, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

Read: 2 Pa. University Presidents Under Fire for Participating in Student Protests Against Police

2 Pa. University Presidents Under Fire for Participating in Student Protests Against Police

University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann and Pennsylvania State University President Eric Brown are being slammed by campus police and a local lawmaker.

Confronting the Racial Divide at Colleges

Campuses can improve public safety through effective communications and customer service training.

Read: Sigma Phi Epsilon Closes Ole Miss Chapter

Sigma Phi Epsilon Closes Ole Miss Chapter

Fraternity’s national headquarters is closing its University of Mississippi chapter after three of its members were suspected of hanging a noose around the neck of a civil rights icon.

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