K-State President issues statement regarding racist vandalism
Kansas State University President Richard B Meyers has issued a statement on the recent racist vandalism that occurred on Wednesday
Myers says that he wanted to make sure his message to the student leadership is clear. His message is to ensure the safety of those affected by the attack.
He then called for the immediate increase of patrols and visible presence on campus by the K-State Police Department . He also encourages students to take advantage of the safety resources the school provides, as well as the counseling center.
Myers also calls for the Riley County Police Department to use all available resources in its criminal investigation, including state and federal resources.
He ended his statement by asking everyone to reach out to anyone who needs support and be alert for ways to help.
(Photo courtesy Facebook)
On Wednesday morning, a car belonging A 21-year-old Manhattan man’s car was vandalized with racial slurs and threats of violence, harassment and death, according to photos circulated on social media and confirmed by the Riley County Police Department.
You can read the entirety of Myers statement on K-State Today.
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