Feb 01, 2016

White mob allegedly beat three black students while yelling racial slurs near University of Albany | Americas | News | The Independent

Protests are scheduled at the University of Albany after three black women were beaten by an all-white mob near campus on Saturday. The mob consisted of 10-12 white males and females who allegedly shouted racial slurs during the assault.

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