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America's army League universities have quickly and surprisingly become centers of protest over grace and home to some ugly backlash , the situation has left some wondering whether this is two thousand fifteen or nineteen sixty five at Harvard University someone put black strips of tape over photographs of black professors what campus police are investigating as a hate crime everything undertone to Mike and I think that there are a lot of time I think that this is just something that happened publicly student at Princeton disrupted the president's office in a thirty two hour Sudan calling for the removal of the name and image a former university leader and president of the United States Woodrow Wilson from public places because of his extremely racist views and that you know allegations that a woman was not leading to a fraternity party because she was black sparked outrage I think it's absolutely nothing there returning it right operate on campus that operate nd racism campus wide protest against racial injustice is followed by island right against those protesters have spiked in recent weeks , you're black students at the university of Missouri forced out there , earlier in the month