SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Less than a week after protests over racist graffiti left in a bathroom, more hateful symbols were found on the Sacramento City College campus.
A bulletin board on campus was tagged with swastikas in the south gym. The school took down the bulletin board on Monday.READ MORE: Yuba County Water Agency Could Ship Billions Of Gallons Of Water To Bay Area Amid Drought
The college and its police department say they are investigating the incident.READ MORE: Rio Linda Sandwich Shop Owner Recovering From Stabbing
Students protested on Tuesday after swastikas and messages saying “kill them all” were found on the campus. One message read “We have given in to the n—– long enough WE R DONE!” and was signed with a swastika.
The school’s black student union led the effort after students say they didn’t learn of the incident until an email from the college president a day after the incident.MORE NEWS: Sacramento Animal Care Services Pushes For More Help For Homeless Pets