Hmm… SIU Student Claims Trump Supporters Called her N*gga and Told Blacks to “Go Back to Africa”

Southern Illinois University freshman Lielani Bartlett accused students at her Southern Illinois University dorm of calling her n*gga and telling blacks to “go back to Africa.”

Bartlett also said the Trump supporting students were drew racial slurs on campus monuments and on the ground with chalk.
They were “throwing the “N” word around like it was nothing.

The school is investigating the accusations.
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Of course, there is not ONE SHRED OF EVIDENCE that anything Lielani said was true.

Lielani posted her rant online:
(Warning on language)

Racism at SIUC. I'm at my residence hall and all I hear is TRUMP 2016. The same group of kids in a fraternity ( ATO)…

Posted by Leilani Bartlett on Monday, April 4, 2016

Leilani posted these accusations about her fellow students on campus:

Racism at SIUC. I’m at my residence hall and all I hear is TRUMP 2016. The same group of kids in a fraternity ( ATO) drew Trump 2016 and various racial slurs with chalk on the ground and on campus monuments. The campus did NOTHING about it. They had multiple open discussions in the hallway that were completely and utterly racist. Asking black ppl to go back to Africa , throwing the “N” word around like it was nothing. So I walked my BLACK ASS downstairs and asked them to say it in my face. Call me nigga , call me a good for nothing welfare recipient like I’m not here paying MORE than you. Y’all get ahead with handed scholarships , and grants while the poor will be lucky if they see either or. The Residence Assistant on their floor stood in solidarity WITH THEM. Who do you go to when your oppressors are your authority? The craziest part about it is that these are the ppl I will compete against in CORPRATE AMERICA. These are people I will potentially work with side by side. They have no respect for not only me as an individual , but my entire RACE. How do I tell my sisters and brothers that it’s safer fighting for your education than it is in the streets of Chicago. The reality is that neither is easy. All you can do is strive harder.

The school is looking into the racist allegations.

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