Audio: Missouri State University condemns racial slurs at Trump rally

Missouri State University in Springfield

Missouri State University in Springfield is condemning racial slurs that were directed to black students from some President Trump supporters at his rally on Friday.  In a tweet, the school said personal attacks and vulgar language were directed towards students of color, which is unacceptable. Student Natalie Berry said she was a target.

 

 

The school said the personal attacks and vulgar language targeting people of color were unacceptable. Dean of Student Dr. Thomas Lane says the university had no choice but to rent out its Arena to President Trump.

 

 

The school said the personal attacks and vulgar language were unacceptable. Student Natalie Berry says the “N” word was widely used and some signs were divisive.

 

 

MSU President Cliff Smart is expected to meet with students to address concerns about the Trump rally and promote campus diversity.