Mural defaced by hate graffitti near OSU campus. Photo Source: The Lantern Students at Ohio State University use new media technology to take a stand against a series of hate crimes that took place on their campus over the past few weeks. On April 5, students were horrified to learn that the words “Long Live Zimmerman” were spray-painted on the wall of the Black Cultural Center. Shortly after this incident, three swastikas along with the word “N----rs” were spray painted over a mural of President Obama.
"This is not about a black and white thing. This is about a wrong and right thing." —Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin's mother Million Hoodies March, Union Square, New York. Source: Rene Carson, photos.byhandmedia.com As our country grapples with the traumatic aftermath of the Trayvon Martin killing, we ask ourselves, can this crisis bring us together? How do we begin to address an issue as systemic as racial profiling?