Black Woman Attending A PWI Records Students Chanting ‘We Hate The Blacks’ Outside Her Dorm Room

A fresher at Nottingham Trent has filmed a group of students repeatedly chanting “we hate the blacks” outside her bedroom door in her halls of residence. Rufaro Chisango, the only black student on her floor, filmed the video from inside her room on Monday night, where the chanting was happening directly outside of her door.

In the video you can hear a group of boys chanting “blacks and whites were never meant to be together” and “sign the Brexit papers”.

Other chants, which weren’t picked up on video according to Rufaro, include: “Blacks would go back to picking cotton”.

The University has issued the following statement:

“We are shocked and appalled to see the video of racist chanting posted yesterday evening. This kind of vile behaviour will not be tolerated at Nottingham Trent University. Those suspected perpetrators have been suspended immediately pending a full investigation. We have contacted the student who made the complaint and are providing support to her and others affected. And we will be liaising with the police about this incident.

“We value being a diverse global community, with staff and students from across the world.

“We are also working with our accommodation partner to understand why the University was only alerted to this on Wednesday evening after this was reported to them in the very early hours of Tuesday.”

NTU have suspended the students in question pending a university investigation.

UPDATE: Nottinghamshire Police says two 18-year-old men have been arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated public order offences.

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