People ain’t s#!t.
Bigotry has no bounds. Racism has no restrictions. Hate has no hurdle that it cannot jump.
According to CNN, three New Jersey universities are reporting that they have been attacked by racist cyber intruders during various Black History Month events online. Rutgers University, Rider University, and the New Jersey Institute of Technology are investigating incidents where racist language and imagery were used against participants in Zoom meetings.
At Rutgers, “the most recent Zoom-bombing attack occurred during the Black History Month programs hosted by the Paul Robeson Cultural Center and the Center for Social Justice Education & LGBTQ Communities,” the school said in a statement to CNN.
“At around 8:01 PM, one of the participants started screen sharing a video of a dead ape lying on the ground covered in blood, with a white man towering over it. Pictures of black bodies being covered in blood, severed and hung were also depicted, as a KKK song was played on loop, stating ‘Kill all Blacks; We will find you,'” the fraternity told CNN in an email.