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Black History Month events at Rutgers were targeted by anti-Black and anti-LGBTQ Zoom bombers who officials warn could attack again

22 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Students at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, were told Friday the university was aware that virtual events held in honor of Black History Month were being targeted by bigoted individuals espousing anti-Black and anti-LGBTQ views.
"I am deeply disturbed and saddened to learn of racist and bigoted Zoom-bombings that have been occurring in the past several days during non-academic student events," Christopher J. Molloy, the chancellor of Rutgers-New Brunswick said in a statement Friday .
According to the statement, the "most recent" attacks were faced by...
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