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Friday, November 11, 2016

At Canisius College, a black doll by using a noose was discovered within a dorm elevator


A college in upstate New york is grappling with a disturbing incident of racism that apparently took place about the night with the election.

The Buffalo News reports that a black child doll was observed that has a noose all around its neck within a freshman dorm elevator Tuesday evening at Canisius School, found in Buffalo, N.Y.
After being informed in the incident, President John Hurley released a statement saying the school was investigating and explained the act “goes against every thing for which Canisius University stands.”

“I can not condemn this act strongly adequate,” Hurley wrote within the letter, which was sent to faculty, personnel, undergraduates and graduate students, based on the Information. “This cannot and will not be tolerated over the Canisius campus.”
WKBW Buffalo reports the pupil government at Canisius is setting up to handle the incident, too as the lack of racial diversity on campus. In line with Forbes.com, 6.9% of college students are African-American, though 71.9% are white.

Canisius college students and community members took to Twitter to express their shock and condemnation.
In spite of the backlash, President Hurley urged in his statement that people must not take the predicament from context.

“This incident is very troubling on various levels and it signifies we've got do the job to try and do,” he wrote. “I ought to worry, nevertheless, that we should also continue to keep point of view and never paint the whole campus community with a broad brush over the stupid act of one or a number of individuals.”

The incident at Canisius comes at a time when a lot of school college students across the country are expressing anger more than the election of Donald Trump on Tuesday.

In various states, protesters happen to be met with acts of detest, such as the distribution of Ku Klux Klan literature in Louisiana and threatening graffiti in Michigan.



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