Black female students who attend University at Albany in New York are outraged after they say they were attacked by white men and women on a city bus this past weekend. Black students nationally expressed peak outrage about racism at their schools in 2015. Protests became common as more and more students took a stand. 2016 looks no different.
During the final hours of their graduate journalism reporting trip, Taisha Henry and her classmate Ugonma Ubani-Ebere were in the corner of a room crying at a Marco Rubio campaign event in New Hampshire Sunday. They say they had been racial profiled.