Credit: Yik Yak/Twitter



Credit: Yik Yak/Twitter

Yik Yak strikes once again and this time anonymous people on Mizzou’s campus are posting threats directed towards the black students.

But it looks as though the person who was posting the threats, isn’t so anonymous after all and the Yik Yak developers are giving out information in order to apprehend the terrorists.

On Twitter, people have been using the hashtag #PrayForMizzou to express their thoughts about what’s happening on the university’s campus. So far there has been reports of KKK members on campus, as well as black students staying off of campus in order to protect themselves.

It’s crazy that it’s 2015, and students are dealing with stuff like this. Crazy, but not shocking or surprising, sadly.

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  • Lelani

    These people making threats are obviously uneducated and now criminals. Protest is a big part of the college/ education process. Young people have led many movements for social change on and off campus. Threats are not going to stop any form of protest for social change and justice. The Missouri students won this round and hopefully real change will take place on their campus. Bye haters.

  • Me

    Dr. Brigham sounds like a dick. An exam on a day of terror is brave? He thinks black folks are being threatened by “bullies”? FOH. I’d make sure to withdraw from his class ASAP.

  • The white racist (who is jealous of black excellence) was caught, yet black students in Missouri are threatened with violence by white racists all of the time in the University of Missouri and throughout the world. Also, even black professors have been subjected to racism. There is a huge amount of racism in Missouri and in the Midwest of America. This is known by us who are black people and others. Also, it doesn’t matter if it’s 2015 or 1965. We are in a war against injustice. We are born in this war and we have to use all means necessary to defeat the enemies of racism, discrimination, and other forms of terrorism. Danielle Walker, Tim Love, and other Brothers and Sisters in that university gave testimonies of their hallowing experiences of being subjected to harassment, slurs, and other forms of abuse. The person who made those hateful messages and the white person who spewed hatred in the area recently are cowards and barbarians.

    The activists and the black people in the university have shown courage, social activism, and a strong sense of determination. In an age of racism, rising tuition rates, and austerity, the Brothers and Sisters in Missouri once again has shown the world that enough is enough. They demand change, they have made explicit numerous demands, and they will not be intimidated. We will not be intimidated by white racist scum. This war will continue to be fought by us and we will win in the end. Black liberation is the goal (as we stand on the shoulders of Harriet Tubman, Kwame Nkrumah, Ella Baker, Malcolm X, Dr. King, Marcus Garvey, WEB DuBois, Harriet Tubman, and other heroes) and we are in solidarity with the Brothers and Sisters of the University of Missouri fighting for liberation.

  • LKH

    but we’re living in a “post racial” society huh?…………

  • theresa.

    There is no way that only one person is guilty of the horrendous harassment and threats made towards the black students attending the university. The police barely acted as though they even cared when these threats were being reported since yesterday, and I have yet to see any major news coverage of it. The amount of hatred that many white people have for POCs is really disturbing that it would cause them to go to this length just because the president stepped down. I know this goes without saying, but if this was the other way around and the races were switched…