#IWalkWithNatasha: 300 Students Escort a Girl to Class After She Reports Racial Harassment on Campus [Video]


Natasha Nkhama, a Baylor University student, was attacked by a student and called the N-word while walking around campus earlier this week.

She described the incident in a video posted to Twitter by her friend, Jaileene Maite.

“On my way to class, this guy went out of his way to bump into me and … shove me off the sidewalk,” she said. “He said ‘no n*ggers allowed on the sidewalk’.”

“And I was just shocked,” she added. “Like, I had no words.”

Unfortunately, the attacker revealed he was motivated by Donald Trump winning the election when confronted by a nearby student who saw it all go down. “I’m just trying to make America great again,” said the attacker.

As word of what happened spread throughout campus, students arranged a plan to escort Natasha to her Friday morning class using the hashtag #IWalkWithNatasha.

HUNDREDS of people showed up in support.

Baylor Univerisity has responded to Natasha’s allegations, stating that the aggressor’s behavior “is deeply disturbing and does not in any way reflect Baylor’s faith or values.

“We are a caring, Christian community in which acts of violence and insensitivity have no place,” said Kevin P. Jackson, the vice president of student life.

THIS is the kind of solidarity and unity we need to see in these trying times. Never be afraid to stand up for what’s right.

[via Mashable]

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