Eastern Michigan University Administration And Campus Police Respond To Racist Graffiti At EMU
Eastern Michigan University continues to investigate racist graffiti that was discovered on a wall at King Hall on the school's campus at Tuesday morning.
I spoke with EMU's Vice President of Communications Walter Kraft, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs Calvin Phillips, and Police Chief Bob Heighes in a live, in-studio interview on Tuesday afternoon about what happened.
Several student protests also took place on campus throughout the day in response to the graffiti.
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