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UMass Amherst Hires Cybersecurity Firm to Investigate After Racist Emails Sent to Black Students

UMass Amherst Hires Cybersecurity Firm to Investigate After Racist Emails Sent to Black Students

“The email was sent from an anonymous account and posted to Instagram and Twitter by Bishop Talbert Swan, president of the N.A.A.C.P. in nearby Springfield.”

What happens if this turns out to be another campus hoax? Will the truth be publicized?

The College Fix reports:

UMass Amherst hires cybersecurity firm to investigate racist emails sent to black students

The University of Massachusetts Amherst has hired a cybersecurity firm to investigate the source of an racist email sent to black students on campus, according to the school’s chancellor.

“The anti-Black racist incidents that have occurred on our campus this semester, described in an email from Vice Chancellor Nefertiti Walker last week, are contemptible and cowardly,” said Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy in a statement sent to students last week. “We will not be intimidated by the hateful acts of craven individuals who hide in anonymity.”

The email was sent from an anonymous account and posted to Instagram and Twitter by Bishop Talbert Swan, president of the N.A.A.C.P. in nearby Springfield.

“We look down upon you, we instantly know in all manners from your language about which most of you still speak in some broken form of Ebonics or to ghetto-speak to where your from (third-world sewers in America bought and paid for by the u.s. taxpayer) to how you live (like hoodrats) to how you appear (fro hair, big lips, black skin) you are different,” the letter says.

“Regarding your intelligence, you are clearly stupid and while not all students know the average IQ of a black person is 75 it is abundantly clear that you possess a lacking intelligence along with an elementary grasp of subjects that most of us learned in high school,” the letter says.

Subbaswamy said in order to “fight back against bigotry and intolerance,” the school will be hosting a “series of educational opportunities and action steps to promote understanding and an ongoing commitment to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.” Among these are a “Black Joy, Black Healing and Black Justice Forum,” launching a “Black Advisory Council,” and increased funding for the Center of Racial Justice.

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Comments

The Friendly Grizzly | October 2, 2021 at 12:10 pm

I am sure there will be no results made public when they find out it all came from some other black troublemaker.

The errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and word choice all lead me to believe the email was written by someone with an IQ of 75.

Hate hoax. A successful one, even if discovered as such the money spent in response to it cannot be unspent. It wouldn’t surprise me if somebody working for the Center of Racial Justice is the perpetrator.

empiricallyobvious | October 2, 2021 at 7:19 pm

This story is actually humorous. What makes university officials actually believe the email is legitimate and what makes them think it came from a university affiliated person, much less a student…it is after all “the world wide web”.
The humorous aspect is one can imagine them revving up their indignation to cast out a misanthropic student. And yet the email lacks the grammar and syntax of a 5th grader…if this is indeed from a student me thinks they should up their admission standards a wee bit…

“We will not be intimidated by the hateful acts of craven individuals who hide in anonymity.”

Until you (inevitably) discover that a black person did this… then suddenly the goalposts will move to “we must strengthen our resolve and our diversity because the majority of this kind of hate comes from white guys.”

Anxiously awaiting adding another entry to fakehatecrimes.org.

The logic here is, “Well, it could be true, and if it could be true then perhaps it is true. So even if it turns out that it was not, well, it could have been.

Truth has been impeached. Other values rule the university now.

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