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227's™ Facebook Fries!¡' (aka YouTube Chili' NBA) Missouri College Football NBA NFL NCAA Mix | Facebook Spicy' Fries! NBA! 227's™ Facebook Fries!¡' (aka YouTube Chili' NBA) Spicy' Media vs ConcernedStudent1950 #Missouri_ NBA Mix! 2015 University of Missouri Spicy' Chili' Protests! #MissouriChiliTigers https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamaalaldin * https://twitter.com/jamaalaldin_tv * http://hoops227.typepad.com/From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaIt has been suggested that this article be merged with 2015 University of Missouri student uprising. (Discuss) Proposed since November 2015.2015 University of Missouri protestsLocation Columbia, MissouriGoals Improving race relations, leadership resignationMethods OccupationsOnline activismHunger strikeBoycottLead figuresPayton Head, student government presidentJonathan Butler, hunger striker[1]Timothy Wolfe, president of University of Missouri SystemR. Bowen Loftin, chancellor of University of Missouri-ColumbiaA series of protests at the University of Missouri in 2015 related to race, workplace benefits and leadership resulted in the resignation of the president of the University of Missouri System and the chancellor of the flagship Columbia campus. The moves came after a series of events which included a hunger strike by a student and a boycott by the football team. ****** 227's™ YouTube Chili' Spicy' Related Facebook Post (July 29, 2014) NBA Movie Mix! https://www.facebook.com/227sYouTubeChili.Batman.NBA.Mix/posts/682355741839860 227's™ Jamaal agrees to $194,000 marketing deal with Columbia, Missouri based sports marketing firm! Details to be announced September 16, 2014! NBA Mix! ******Contents 1 Background2 Resignations3 Reactions4 References5 External linksBackgroundOn September 12, 2015, a Facebook post[2] by the student government president Payton Head complained of bigotry and anti-gay sentiment around the college campus, which gained widespread attention.[3][4] He claimed that unidentified people in the back of a passing pickup truck directed racial slurs at him. "For those of you who wonder why I'm always talking about the importance of inclusion and respect, it's because I've experienced moments like this multiple times at THIS university, making me not feel included here." While chancellor R. Bowen Loftin called the incident "totally unacceptable," on September 17, one week later students protested at an event called "Racism Lives Here" on September 24, claiming nothing had been done to address Head's concerns.On October 1, a second "Racism Lives Here" event was held with 40-50 participants.[5][6]An incident involving a drunken student on October 4 gave rise to more racial tensions. While an African American student group, the Legion of Black Collegians, was preparing for homecoming activities, a white student walked on stage and was asked to leave. Apparently inebriated, while departing the premises the student said, "these niggers are getting aggressive with me", according to the LBC.[7] This prompted chancellor Loftin, traveling outside the US, to record a video message in response and to release a statement which said, "Racism and all prejudice is heinous, insidious and damaging to Mizzou... That is why all of us must commit to changing the culture at this university."[8]Later that month, the student group "Concerned Student 1950" was created, referring to the first year the University of Missouri admitted black students.Timothy Wolfe, the president of the University of Missouri system, was criticized for his failure to address the incidents. In October was confronted by a group of students at the university's homecoming parade where a group of students wearing black shirts and wielding bullhorns linked arms in front of the red convertible carrying him. The students, members of the Concerned Student 1950 group, brought the parade to a halt while they denounced what they considered the administration's lackluster efforts to combat racism at MU.[9] Wolfe refused to get out of the vehicle to meet with students.On October 29, a police officer responding to a complaint reported that an unknown vandal had smeared feces in the shape of a swastika on a bathroom wall in a residence on campus.[10][11] Several conservative news media stated that there was no photographic proof that the swastika actually existed,[12][13][14] in contradiction to the police report where officers described it explicitly.[10]On November 3, student Jonathan Butler launched a hunger strike, vowing not to eat until the president resigned.[15] His statement said, "Mr. Wolfe had ample opportunity to create policies and reform that could shift the culture of Mizzou in a positive direction but in each scenario he failed to do so." Butler later cited his participation in the Ferguson protests against the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown as a major influence for his action.[16]On November 7, with hundreds of prospective students flooding Mizzou's campus for the university's recruiting day, student protestors intervened with a "mock tour" where they recited racist incidents that occurred at MU beginning in 2010 with the dispersion of cotton balls on the lawn of the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center along with more recent events such as the use of racial epithets against two young women of color outside of the MU Student Recreation Complex.[17]On November 8, black football players announced they would not practice or play until Wolfe resigns, possibly costing the university a fine of $1 million if they had to forfeit an upcoming game against Brigham Young University.[18] The South Eastern Conference Football Commissioner issued a statement saying, "I respect Missouri’s student-athletes for engaging on issues of importance and am hopeful the concerns at the center of this matter will be resolved in a positive manner."[19] The Mizzou Athletic Department previously indicated that it fully supported the players’ actions.[20]Resignations[edit]Wolfe issued a statement on November 8 implying that he would not step down and that he was "dedicated to ongoing dialogue to address these very complex, societal issues as they affect our campus community."[21] On November 9, however, Wolfe announced his resignation. Chancellor Loftin announced he would resign at the end of 2015.[22] Loftin will take a research role at the university.Reactions[edit]File:University-of-missouri-clash-between-media-and-concernedstudent1950.webmTim Tai, a student photographer on assignment for ESPN, asserts his First Amendment right to film in a public place, while student activist groups accost him.[23]After the announcement of the resignations, there was a widely publicized dispute between photojournalist Tim Tai and protesters in the main Carnahan Quad, where they had erected an encampment. While attempting to cover the event on a freelance assignment for ESPN, he got into a debate and was physically confronted by students and those who would later be identified as University of Missouri staff and faculty. Video of the incident where Tai debated first amendment rights to be in the public area was recorded by student Mark Schierbecker and became widely distributed and commented on in the mainstream media. The day after the incident, with Tai getting support from the Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder and others, ConcernedStudent1950 came out with a flyer reversing their stance, and acknowledging the first amendment rights of the media to be in the public lawn.[24] Three University of Missouri employees involved in the altercation subsequently apologized, one of them, Melissa Click (whose call for "some muscle" to remove a journalist from the scene had received wide attention due to the video), resigning from her courtesy appointment at the Missouri School of Journalism.[25][26]The days after the resignation announcement resulted in some confusion, cancelled classes and reports of threats and suspicious activity. On the evening of November 10, there were reports vehicles and unidentified individuals around campus posing a threat.[27]On November 11, 2015, the Columbia campus officially remained open, though many individual classes were cancelled after threats on social media and by phone.[28] During a meeting between the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus and student activists, University of Missouri police reported that an anonymous caller phoned in a threat to the Oldham Black Culture Center.[29][30] Later that day, two teens were arrested for making terroristic threats on Yik Yak targeting the university, one of them racially charged. Neither suspects were students at the Columbia campus.[31][32]On November 11, Head made a Facebook post stating, "Students please take precaution. Stay away from the windows in residence halls. The KKK has been confirmed to be sighted on campus. I'm working with the MUPD, the state trooper and the National Guard." Major Brian Weimer with the school's police department responded by saying, "There is no Ku Klux Klan on campus." Weimer also said that the National Guard was not on campus. Head apologized, saying on Facebook, "I'm sorry about the misinformation that I have shared through social media."[33]One professor, Dale Brigham, was at the center of controversy when he chose to administer an exam for Nutritional Science 1034, saying, “If you don’t feel safe coming to class, then don’t come to class... I will be there, and there will be an exam administered in our class," while allowing students an option to take a make up exam. After some students complained that the professor was not taking the threats seriously, Brigham apologized and offered his resignation, saying, "If my leaders think that my leaving would help, I am all for it. I made a mistake, and I do not want to cause further harm." However, a report later that day said that the university did not accept the resignation.[34][35]Gus T. Ridgel, one of the nine African-American students enrolled into the University of Missouri in 1950, "was surprised and disappointed by the racist incidents at the university that prompted a campus upheaval." [36]References[edit]Jump up ^ Pearce, Matt (10 November 2015). "Hunger striker gives credit to fellow activists fighting racism at University of Missouri". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ https://www.facebook.com/payton.head/posts/10205183585252620Jump up ^ Pearson, Michael (9 November 2015). "A timeline of the University of Missouri protests - CNN.com". CNN. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ "Timeline of recent events at University of Missouri". The Associated Press. November 11, 2015. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Naskidashvili, Nana (1 October 2015). "Students march through MU Student Center in protest of racial injustice". Columbia Missourian. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Plaster, Madison (1 October 2015). "Second “Racism Lives Here” event calls for administration to act on social injustices". The Maneather. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Loutfi, Elizabeth (5 October 2015). "LBC Homecoming Royalty harassed at Traditions Plaza". The Maneather. Retrieved 2015-11-11. these niggers are getting aggressive with me.Jump up ^ "Message from Chancellor Loftin". YouTube. 5 October 2015. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Reese, Ashley (October 10, 2015). "In Homecoming parade, racial justice advocates take different paths". Colombian Missourian. Retrieved November 11, 2015.^ Jump up to: a b Stahl, Jeremy (2015-11-11). "Sorry, Conservative Media, the Feces Swastika at Mizzou Did Really Happen". Slate. ISSN 1091-2339. Retrieved 2015-11-12.Jump up ^ "Swastika found in MU bathroom". Columbia Daily Tribune. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Was The Swastika Incident At Mizzou A Giant Hoax?, The Federalist, November 10, 2015Jump up ^ Despite No Publicly Available Proof, Press Treats Mizzou Feces-Swastika Incident As Fact, Newsbusters, November 10, 2015Jump up ^ Hey Mizzou, Where’s the Poop?, National Review, November 10, 2015Jump up ^ "Mizzou Family, This may be my last... - Jonathan L. Butler | Facebook". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Pearce, Matt (2015-10-11). "Hunger striker gives credit to fellow activists fighting racism at University of Missouri". latimes.com. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Sawey, Elizabeth (November 7, 2015). "Protesters use recruiting day to voice concerns about racism at MU". Missourian. Retrieved November 12, 2015.Jump up ^ Tracy, Marc; Southall, Ashley (2015-11-08). "Black Football Players Lend Heft to Protests at Missouri". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Nathan, Alec. "Black Missouri Football Players Boycotting Until School President Resigns". Bleacher Report. Retrieved November 12, 2015.}}Jump up ^ "Minority Players on University of Missouri Football Team Threaten Boycot". Wall Street Journal.Jump up ^ "Statement from University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe". November 8, 2015. Retrieved November 12, 2015.Jump up ^ Viviani, Nick (November 9, 2015). "University of Missouri Chancellor follows President in stepping down". wibw.com. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/10/us/university-missouri-protesters-block-journalists-press-freedom.html?_r=1Jump up ^ "Concerned Student 1950 group welcomes media after previously clashing with journalists". KMIZ. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Pérez-peña, Richard; Hauser, Christine (2015-11-10). "University of Missouri Professor Who Confronted Photographer Quits Journalism Post". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Wemple, Erik (2015-11-11). "MU religious studies professor apologized to photojournalist Tim Tai". The Washington Post (in en-US). ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 2015-11-11.Jump up ^ Mathis-Lilley, Ben (11 November 2015). "Arrest Made for Threat of Violence During Chaotic Night at University of Missouri". Slate Magazine. Retrieved 2015-11-12.Jump up ^ Hancock, By Jason (11 November 2015). "Online threats stoke fears at University of Missouri". Kansas City Star. Retrieved 2015-11-12.Jump up ^ Miller, Michael E. "As death threats spread fear at Mizzou, professor asks students to defeat ‘bullies’ and attend class". Washington Post. Retrieved 2015-11-12.Jump up ^ Nero, Amanda (10 November 2015). "Missouri Legislative Black Caucus '100 percent supportive of students seeking change'". Columbia Missourian. Retrieved 2015-11-12.Jump up ^ Stevenson, Kelly (11 November 2015). "2 Students Allegedly Made Terrorist Threats in Missouri". ABC News. Retrieved 2015-11-12.Jump up ^ Alcindor, Yamiche; Stanglin, Doug (11 November 2015). "2 suspects arrested in social media threats at Missouri campuses". USA TODAY. Retrieved 2015-11-12.Jump up ^ University of Missouri students report threats; police quell KKK rumors, CNN, November 11, 2015Jump up ^ Schuppe, Jon (11 November 2015). "Missouri Professor's Resignation for Email About 'Bullies' May Be Rejected". NBC News. Retrieved 2015-11-12. "I made a mistake, and I do not want to cause further harmJump up ^ Kummerer, Samantha. "Update: Resignation not accepted from MU professor who sent email | KOMU.com | Columbia, MO |". KOMU.com. Retrieved 2015-11-12.Jump up ^ Wines, Michael (2015-11-10). "A Real Missouri ‘Concerned Student 1950’ Speaks, at Age 89". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2015-11-12.External links[edit]ConcernedStudent1950 on Twitter[show] v t eUniversity of MissouriStub icon This activism-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.Categories: Student protests in the United StatesAfrican-American-related controversies 2015 in MissouriUniversity of Missouri Activism stubs Posted by 227's YouTube Chili' Missouri College Football NBA NFL NCAA Mix on Thursday, November 12, 2015 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia It has been suggested that this article be merged with 2015 University of Missouri student uprising. (Discuss) Proposed since November 2015. 2015 University of Missouri protests Location Columbia, Missouri Goals Improving race relations, leadership resignation Methods Occupations Online activism Hunger strike Boycott Lead figures Payton Head, student government president Jonathan Butler, hunger striker[1] Timothy Wolfe, president of University of Missouri System R. Bowen Loftin, chancellor of University of Missouri-Columbia A series of protests at the University of Missouri in 2015 related to race, workplace benefits and leadership resulted in the resignation of the president of the University of Missouri System and the chancellor of the flagship Columbia campus. The moves came after a series of events which included a hunger strike by a student and a boycott by the football team. ****** 227's™ YouTube Chili' Spicy' Related Facebook Post (July 29, 2014) NBA Movie Mix! https://www.facebook.com/227sYouTubeChili.Batman.NBA.Mix/posts/682355741839860 227's™ Jamaal agrees to $194,000 marketing deal with Columbia, Missouri based sports marketing firm! Details to be announced September 16, 2014! NBA Mix! ****** Contents 1 Background 2 Resignations 3 Reactions 4 References 5 External links Background On September 12, 2015, a Facebook post[2] by the student government president Payton Head complained of bigotry and anti-gay sentiment around the college campus, which gained widespread attention.[3][4] He claimed that unidentified people in the back of a passing pickup truck directed racial slurs at him. "For those of you who wonder why I'm always talking about the importance of inclusion and respect, it's because I've experienced moments like this multiple times at THIS university, making me not feel included here." While chancellor R. Bowen Loftin called the incident "totally unacceptable," on September 17, one week later students protested at an event called "Racism Lives Here" on September 24, claiming nothing had been done to address Head's concerns. On October 1, a second "Racism Lives Here" event was held with 40-50 participants.[5][6] An incident involving a drunken student on October 4 gave rise to more racial tensions. While an African American student group, the Legion of Black Collegians, was preparing for homecoming activities, a white student walked on stage and was asked to leave. Apparently inebriated, while departing the premises the student said, "these niggers are getting aggressive with me", according to the LBC.[7] This prompted chancellor Loftin, traveling outside the US, to record a video message in response and to release a statement which said, "Racism and all prejudice is heinous, insidious and damaging to Mizzou... That is why all of us must commit to changing the culture at this university."[8] Later that month, the student group "Concerned Student 1950" was created, referring to the first year the University of Missouri admitted black students. Timothy Wolfe, the president of the University of Missouri system, was criticized for his failure to address the incidents. In October was confronted by a group of students at the university's homecoming parade where a group of students wearing black shirts and wielding bullhorns linked arms in front of the red convertible carrying him. The students, members of the Concerned Student 1950 group, brought the parade to a halt while they denounced what they considered the administration's lackluster efforts to combat racism at MU.[9] Wolfe refused to get out of the vehicle to meet with students. On October 29, a police officer responding to a complaint reported that an unknown vandal had smeared feces in the shape of a swastika on a bathroom wall in a residence on campus.[10][11] Several conservative news media stated that there was no photographic proof that the swastika actually existed,[12][13][14] in contradiction to the police report where officers described it explicitly.[10] On November 3, student Jonathan Butler launched a hunger strike, vowing not to eat until the president resigned.[15] His statement said, "Mr. Wolfe had ample opportunity to create policies and reform that could shift the culture of Mizzou in a positive direction but in each scenario he failed to do so." Butler later cited his participation in the Ferguson protests against the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown as a major influence for his action.[16] On November 7, with hundreds of prospective students flooding Mizzou's campus for the university's recruiting day, student protestors intervened with a "mock tour" where they recited racist incidents that occurred at MU beginning in 2010 with the dispersion of cotton balls on the lawn of the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center along with more recent events such as the use of racial epithets against two young women of color outside of the MU Student Recreation Complex.[17] On November 8, black football players announced they would not practice or play until Wolfe resigns, possibly costing the university a fine of $1 million if they had to forfeit an upcoming game against Brigham Young University.[18] The South Eastern Conference Football Commissioner issued a statement saying, "I respect Missouri’s student-athletes for engaging on issues of importance and am hopeful the concerns at the center of this matter will be resolved in a positive manner."[19] The Mizzou Athletic Department previously indicated that it fully supported the players’ actions.[20] Resignations[edit] Wolfe issued a statement on November 8 implying that he would not step down and that he was "dedicated to ongoing dialogue to address these very complex, societal issues as they affect our campus community."[21] On November 9, however, Wolfe announced his resignation. Chancellor Loftin announced he would resign at the end of 2015.[22] Loftin will take a research role at the university. Reactions[edit] File:University-of-missouri-clash-between-media-and-concernedstudent1950.webm Tim Tai, a student photographer on assignment for ESPN, asserts his First Amendment right to film in a public place, while student activist groups accost him.[23] After the announcement of the resignations, there was a widely publicized dispute between photojournalist Tim Tai and protesters in the main Carnahan Quad, where they had erected an encampment. While attempting to cover the event on a freelance assignment for ESPN, he got into a debate and was physically confronted by students and those who would later be identified as University of Missouri staff and faculty. Video of the incident where Tai debated first amendment rights to be in the public area was recorded by student Mark Schierbecker and became widely distributed and commented on in the mainstream media. The day after the incident, with Tai getting support from the Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder and others, ConcernedStudent1950 came out with a flyer reversing their stance, and acknowledging the first amendment rights of the media to be in the public lawn.[24] Three University of Missouri employees involved in the altercation subsequently apologized, one of them, Melissa Click (whose call for "some muscle" to remove a journalist from the scene had received wide attention due to the video), resigning from her courtesy appointment at the Missouri School of Journalism.[25][26] The days after the resignation announcement resulted in some confusion, cancelled classes and reports of threats and suspicious activity. On the evening of November 10, there were reports vehicles and unidentified individuals around campus posing a threat.[27] On November 11, 2015, the Columbia campus officially remained open, though many individual classes were cancelled after threats on social media and by phone.[28] During a meeting between the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus and student activists, University of Missouri police reported that an anonymous caller phoned in a threat to the Oldham Black Culture Center.[29][30] Later that day, two teens were arrested for making terroristic threats on Yik Yak targeting the university, one of them racially charged. Neither suspects were students at the Columbia campus.[31][32] On November 11, Head made a Facebook post stating, "Students please take precaution. Stay away from the windows in residence halls. The KKK has been confirmed to be sighted on campus. I'm working with the MUPD, the state trooper and the National Guard." Major Brian Weimer with the school's police department responded by saying, "There is no Ku Klux Klan on campus." Weimer also said that the National Guard was not on campus. Head apologized, saying on Facebook, "I'm sorry about the misinformation that I have shared through social media."[33] One professor, Dale Brigham, was at the center of controversy when he chose to administer an exam for Nutritional Science 1034, saying, “If you don’t feel safe coming to class, then don’t come to class... I will be there, and there will be an exam administered in our class," while allowing students an option to take a make up exam. After some students complained that the professor was not taking the threats seriously, Brigham apologized and offered his resignation, saying, "If my leaders think that my leaving would help, I am all for it. I made a mistake, and I do not want to cause further harm." However, a report later that day said that the university did not accept the resignation.[34][35] Gus T. Ridgel, one of the nine African-American students enrolled into the University of Missouri in 1950, "was surprised and disappointed by the racist incidents at the university that prompted a campus upheaval." [36] References[edit] Jump up ^ Pearce, Matt (10 November 2015). "Hunger striker gives credit to fellow activists fighting racism at University of Missouri". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ https://www.facebook.com/payton.head/posts/10205183585252620 Jump up ^ Pearson, Michael (9 November 2015). "A timeline of the University of Missouri protests - CNN.com". CNN. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ "Timeline of recent events at University of Missouri". The Associated Press. November 11, 2015. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Naskidashvili, Nana (1 October 2015). "Students march through MU Student Center in protest of racial injustice". Columbia Missourian. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Plaster, Madison (1 October 2015). "Second “Racism Lives Here” event calls for administration to act on social injustices". The Maneather. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Loutfi, Elizabeth (5 October 2015). "LBC Homecoming Royalty harassed at Traditions Plaza". The Maneather. Retrieved 2015-11-11. these niggers are getting aggressive with me. Jump up ^ "Message from Chancellor Loftin". YouTube. 5 October 2015. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Reese, Ashley (October 10, 2015). "In Homecoming parade, racial justice advocates take different paths". Colombian Missourian. Retrieved November 11, 2015. ^ Jump up to: a b Stahl, Jeremy (2015-11-11). "Sorry, Conservative Media, the Feces Swastika at Mizzou Did Really Happen". Slate. ISSN 1091-2339. Retrieved 2015-11-12. Jump up ^ "Swastika found in MU bathroom". Columbia Daily Tribune. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Was The Swastika Incident At Mizzou A Giant Hoax?, The Federalist, November 10, 2015 Jump up ^ Despite No Publicly Available Proof, Press Treats Mizzou Feces-Swastika Incident As Fact, Newsbusters, November 10, 2015 Jump up ^ Hey Mizzou, Where’s the Poop?, National Review, November 10, 2015 Jump up ^ "Mizzou Family, This may be my last... - Jonathan L. Butler | Facebook". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Pearce, Matt (2015-10-11). "Hunger striker gives credit to fellow activists fighting racism at University of Missouri". latimes.com. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Sawey, Elizabeth (November 7, 2015). "Protesters use recruiting day to voice concerns about racism at MU". Missourian. Retrieved November 12, 2015. Jump up ^ Tracy, Marc; Southall, Ashley (2015-11-08). "Black Football Players Lend Heft to Protests at Missouri". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Nathan, Alec. "Black Missouri Football Players Boycotting Until School President Resigns". Bleacher Report. Retrieved November 12, 2015.}} Jump up ^ "Minority Players on University of Missouri Football Team Threaten Boycot". Wall Street Journal. Jump up ^ "Statement from University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe". November 8, 2015. Retrieved November 12, 2015. Jump up ^ Viviani, Nick (November 9, 2015). "University of Missouri Chancellor follows President in stepping down". wibw.com. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/10/us/university-missouri-protesters-block-journalists-press-freedom.html?_r=1 Jump up ^ "Concerned Student 1950 group welcomes media after previously clashing with journalists". KMIZ. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Pérez-peña, Richard; Hauser, Christine (2015-11-10). "University of Missouri Professor Who Confronted Photographer Quits Journalism Post". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Wemple, Erik (2015-11-11). "MU religious studies professor apologized to photojournalist Tim Tai". The Washington Post (in en-US). ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 2015-11-11. Jump up ^ Mathis-Lilley, Ben (11 November 2015). "Arrest Made for Threat of Violence During Chaotic Night at University of Missouri". Slate Magazine. Retrieved 2015-11-12. Jump up ^ Hancock, By Jason (11 November 2015). "Online threats stoke fears at University of Missouri". Kansas City Star. Retrieved 2015-11-12. Jump up ^ Miller, Michael E. "As death threats spread fear at Mizzou, professor asks students to defeat ‘bullies’ and attend class". Washington Post. Retrieved 2015-11-12. Jump up ^ Nero, Amanda (10 November 2015). "Missouri Legislative Black Caucus '100 percent supportive of students seeking change'". Columbia Missourian. Retrieved 2015-11-12. Jump up ^ Stevenson, Kelly (11 November 2015). "2 Students Allegedly Made Terrorist Threats in Missouri". ABC News. Retrieved 2015-11-12. Jump up ^ Alcindor, Yamiche; Stanglin, Doug (11 November 2015). "2 suspects arrested in social media threats at Missouri campuses". USA TODAY. Retrieved 2015-11-12. Jump up ^ University of Missouri students report threats; police quell KKK rumors, CNN, November 11, 2015 Jump up ^ Schuppe, Jon (11 November 2015). "Missouri Professor's Resignation for Email About 'Bullies' May Be Rejected". NBC News. Retrieved 2015-11-12. "I made a mistake, and I do not want to cause further harm Jump up ^ Kummerer, Samantha. "Update: Resignation not accepted from MU professor who sent email | KOMU.com | Columbia, MO |". KOMU.com. Retrieved 2015-11-12. Jump up ^ Wines, Michael (2015-11-10). "A Real Missouri ‘Concerned Student 1950’ Speaks, at Age 89". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2015-11-12. External links[edit] ConcernedStudent1950 on Twitter [show] v t e University of Missouri Stub icon This activism-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. 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