A Kansas State University student claimed someone left a racist note on his apartment door, but when the police investigated, the culprit was the alleged victim!
Topic: race hoax
A police report appears to call into question a Portland State University student’s claims of racism from a food cart co-owner.
Black Student Union called for criminal charges to be filed against a race hoaxer after the county police did not file charges.
The racist note that sparked protests at St. Olaf College was indeed a hoax after all.
A race hoax took place at USC, where a non-student put up a sign that read, “No Black People Allowed.” The irony is that the person is African-American.
Rachel Dolezal made headlines when it was discovered that she had been identifying as a black woman for years, when she was born as a white woman. She was let go from her job at…
Is this a race hoax, or isn’t it? Read this from the College Fix: Get the “hate crime hoax snoopers” ready: Assistant Dean Michelle Jones of Western Kentucky University claims a note was slipped under her…
The Kean University graduate and former leader of the Pan African Student Union, Kayla McKelvey, was sentenced to 90 days in jail in a plea deal. The judge was unhappy with it, saying that her actions could’ve created a “tinder box” and unstable situation.
By failing to comply with a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, the university is remaining tight-lipped about whether the banana incident was a race hoax or not.
Actions have consequences, kids. Expulsion is a serious thing: Two black female college students who claimed to be victims of an assault by a group of white men and women reportedly were expelled from the…