Here It Is=> SHOCKING LIST of Alleged Racial Incidents That Led to Resignation of Mizzou Prez and Chancellor

Here are the alleged events that led to the resignation of the University of Missouri President and Chancellor on Monday.

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After reading this list you will understand how easy it was for a small minority to disrupt and overthrow the top officials at the university.

This is unbelievable.

It is shocking that a couple alleged incidents, a weekend of protests, and a hunger strike led to the ousting of the top two public university officials.
Via The Columbia Missourian with added commentary:

Sept. 12: Missouri Students Association president Payton Head posts about a racial slur directed at him. Head alleged he was walking around campus when the passenger of a pickup repeatedly shouted the “N-word” at him.

Oct. 5: Legion of Black Collegians members are allegedly the targets of racial slurs by a man on campus. The Legion of Black Collegians shared a letter on social media describing the group’s encounter with overt racism the night before. The group was rehearsing for a performance at Traditions Plaza when a “young man” talking on his cellphone walked up to the group. After being politely and repeatedly asked to leave, the man walked away but referenced LBC members using racial slurs.

Oct. 8: After the two alleged incidents — Chancellor Loftin announces mandatory online diversity training for faculty, staff and students, which is met with widespread skepticism.

Oct. 10: Members of Concerned Student 1950 protest mob block the car carrying UM System President Tim Wolfe during the homecoming parade.

The protest mob blocked the parade.
No disciplinary action was taken.

Oct. 21: Concerned Student 1950 issues a statement of demands, including a formal apology from Wolfe and his removal from office. The group demands that Tim Wolfe admit his white privilege.

Oct. 24: A swastika using human feces is drawn on a bathroom wall in MU’s Gateway Hall.
The case is still open.

Oct. 27: Concerned Student 1950 meets with Wolfe, but no issues are resolved. Wolfe would not give in to the mob.

Morning of Nov. 2: Jonathan Butler announces he will go on a hunger strike until Wolfe is removed from office.

Evening of Nov. 2: Students camp on Carnahan Quadrangle in support of the hunger strike and Wolfe’s removal from office for alleged offenses.

Nov. 3: Concerned Student 1950 and supporters meet with Wolfe and Loftin near University Hall to discuss race relations and discrimination. But top university officials again refused to acknowledge their white privilege.

Nov. 5: Concerned Student 1950 holds a demonstration on campus before the MU-Mississippi State football game.

Evening of Nov. 6: Protesters confront Wolfe in Kansas City – no disciplinary action taken.

Nov. 7: Concerned Student 1950 holds demonstration in front of MU prospective students and their parents – no disciplinary action taken.

Nov. 7: Black MU football players plan to boycott – threaten to boycott games.
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Nov. 9: Wolfe resigns, hunger strike ends

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