SMU Investigating Recent Hate Crime, ACU Students Expelled After Posting Racist Snapchat

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DALLAS -- Racism still exists and the anti-black fliers spotted floating around the SMU campus, earlier this week proves it.

The message? "Why white women shouldn't date black men" and a lot of other racist, hateful things.

Since then, some students have fought back with their own fliers. They have the words "diversity" and "we're better together" printed on them.

SMU denounced the racist fliers, but there's still no word on who thought they were a good idea.
In Abilene, they were quick to deal with an offensive incident at Abilene Christian University.

In the video, you could hear someone laughing, but it probably wasn't so funny when the school expelled the student in blackface and her friend. The Snapchat post includes the caption: "This is why black lives matter exists."


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