An article on the subject from the National Review, a conservative news site, in November 2017.
In February 2018, the university of Florida agreed to a $2.3 million settlement with a man who had been charged with trespassing after he used his cell phone to take pictures of a campus police officer.
A similar incident in 2015 led to the removal of a Confederate statue in Gainesville, Florida.
In September 2017, a student who was involved in a heated confrontation at Florida State University was expelled after a video surfaced of the confrontation, which he said was provoked by his fellow student.
In November 2017, several college students at Southern Illinois University were suspended after a racist Facebook post surfaced.
In March 2018, Florida State’s campus police were accused of racial bias after they investigated the death of a black man who was shot to death by police.
In May 2018, a group of students at Georgia Tech University protested against the school’s decision to divest from the fossil fuel industry.
A group of activists protested against a white student’s speech after he had a black roommate over.
In June 2018, two University of Texas students were suspended for protesting the school over its decision to honor Confederate leaders.
In August 2018, an African-American man at Florida A&M University was shot and killed after he was confronted by a white police officer who allegedly pointed a gun at him.
The following month, a University of Iowa student was killed by a black male who allegedly shouted racial slurs before a traffic stop.
In October 2018, six students at Florida International University were charged with murder after a black student, who was suspected of having a history of domestic violence, allegedly shot and injured another black student during a verbal confrontation.
In December 2018, several African-Americans at Michigan State University were arrested for the alleged murder of a fellow student, a case that sparked nationwide protests.
The next month, another African- American student was fatally shot in a fight over parking, leading to a national outcry over police brutality and racism.
A year later, a Black Lives Matter protest took place at a University in Missouri, prompting several local police departments to issue public apologies.
In January 2019, a female student at the University of Mississippi was shot by a former student who called her a “bitch.”
In February 2019, two white men were arrested after a Black Student Union at Duke University said that one of the men, who had allegedly yelled racial slurs, was wearing a mask and was trying to “make us look bad.”
In July 2019, an officer fatally shot a black teen after he allegedly attacked a black woman in a car park at the university.
In April 2019, three men accused of raping and assaulting an African American woman were charged in New York City, after she claimed she had been sexually assaulted by three white men.
In July 2020, a woman was shot in the head by a police officer during a traffic stops in Florida.
A month later, police shot and seriously wounded an African woman during a robbery at a shopping mall in Virginia.
In 2020, an anti-Muslim activist was arrested after she shouted anti-Islamic slurs at a New York Times reporter.
In late 2019, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a bill banning the public display of Confederate symbols.
The legislation was widely criticized for failing to address systemic racism on college campuses.
In early 2020, Donald Trump was sworn in as President of the United States.
In 2018, former Vice President Mike Pence visited the University at Buffalo to meet with students and faculty.
In 2019, the White House announced that it was ending a scholarship program that awarded $50,000 to students from low-income families.
In 2022, two black students were charged after they allegedly attacked another black woman after she tried to intervene in a domestic dispute between them.
In 2023, a white male student was charged with sexually assaulting an underage girl.
In 2024, the University System of Georgia suspended two of its white female students after they were caught on video beating a black female student.
Students at the college were charged over the assault.
In 2025, a black professor was shot dead after he refused to leave his office after an alleged assault by two white students.
In 2030, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a white man who punched and kicked a black person in a restaurant parking lot was not entitled to qualified immunity from prosecution for using deadly force.
In 2017, the former President of Georgia, Andrew Johnson, was arrested on charges of murder, rape and other offenses.
In 2021, a man was shot multiple times during a protest at the UVA.
The shooting came a day after President Donald Trump had called for the UCC to remove the Confederate flag from the campus.
In 2016, a police chief in Maryland was charged after he shot and wounded an unarmed black man.
In 2015, a Georgia school official was charged over a school lockdown in which an unidentified man was killed.
In 2014, an NAACP activist was charged in Virginia after he reportedly attacked an unarmed Black man in