FGCU Students Outraged At Racist Drawing Scribbled Inside Campus Building
Florida aka The devil’s sandbox, is consistently the place where hatred hangs it’s hat.
According to NBC2, a drawing of a person hanging from a tree with the caption “kill ni**ers” emblazoned underneath it has sent fear through the students at Florida Gulf Coast University.
“The fact that it is in relation to the way I identify, yeah that’s harsh, that’s….kinda scary,” said Cassie, a junior.
Campus police are investigating the racist vandalism that appeared two weeks ago, but at this point they have no leads.
“They’re talking about killing a certain race, so it’s not something that should be taken lightly in my opinion,” said Brielle Conner.
“Sending a message like that, that’s hurtful.” said freshman Olivia Cafiero.
Being that no one has been found responsible for the hate crime, students are side-eyeing each other something crazy trying to figure out who the offending party is.
“That is really bold. I’ve never heard of anything like that happening around here,” said Connor.
“Kind of odd for someone to not only feel that judgment towards others but to feel it so strongly where they feel the need to display it in such a graphic and upsetting way,” Cafiero said.
The history of campus police isn’t that great, but hopefully FGCU cops take this seriously enough to bring someone to justice.
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