Updating old bathroom mirrors
He later issued a detailed message describing two separate incidents — placing the doll in the elevator and the use of the doll in a residence hall room — which involved two unrelated sets of students.
According to the public safety report, the doll was first placed in an elevator as a prank to startle people and the two strings at the doll’s neck were part of its construction.
One flier said, "NO OTHER RACE (BUT WHITES) HAS BENT OVER BACKWARDS to assure that all non-whites receive a 'fair shake' in being part of American life, even to the detriment and social well-being of 'our own kinds' (whites)." The flier said "multiculturalism" and "diversity" and "code-words for white genocide." The Texas State University Police was investigating the incident, President Denise M. Trauth said she was aware of reports of "action and expression that have occurred on campus following the recent elections in our country.""Actions such as pasting flyers to bathroom mirrors amounts to criminal activity, and our university police are investigating these incidents," Trauth said.
"New York has zero tolerance for bigotry, fear and hatred, and those who seek to undermine the core values this state and nation were founded upon," Cuomo said in the statement.In a letter to students' families, the school's principal, Bart Becker, said he was "horrified" by the "serious and disturbing racial incident." "We immediately launched an investigation into this incident and we will take swift and appropriate action based on the investigation findings," Becker said. Kasana said that while she was passing by people at the subway station, a "white man who had to be in his mid-30s, holding a briefcase and a newspaper first looked at me and grunted."We will work very hard to identify who did this horrible act and determine how we can support the students and the staff who have been affected by it." Kasana, a Muslim woman, told Buzz Feed News that she didn't usually cover her head but her younger sister observes the hijab. Then he said, 'Your time's up, girlie.'" According to Kasana no one at the station did anything.He was not identified as he paid by cash but police described him as 5 ft 6 with straight hair and dressed in black sneakers and a black overcoat.The woman did not suffer visible injuries and refused medical attention, the NYPD spokesperson told Gothamist. Bar Tabac issued a statement on Facebook saying, "To the tough guy who assaulted a female patron of ours on Saturday night over a political conversation: Once the law is done with you, do not come back to Bar Tabac (this includes your partner).
An NYPD spokesperson confirmed the assault to Gothamist.