Nov 10, 2015

Reports of Racism and Racial Crimes Rock Mizzou | PJ Tatler

Tim Wolfe, president of the University of Missouri, announced Monday he was resigning immediately amid mounting pressure from black activists that he wasn't doing enough to handle reports of racism of campus. The controversy drew national media coverage over the weekend after the football team announced it would go on strike until Wolfe stepped down or was fired.However, national media has...

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