Expel Ryan Richards from FAU Following Video of him using Racial Slurs

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Justin Xie
Dec 3, 2020
FAU loves racist people.

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Kate Steele
Nov 15, 2020
Heavy racist

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Nina Hauer
Nov 15, 2020
I’m signing this because we need to let other people know that racism will not be tolerated ESPECIALLY on a college campus.

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Siddiqah Ali
Nov 13, 2020
Get this racist child out of my school.

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TolibO Sandai
Nov 12, 2020
As an African American it hurts to hear that a student that makes other students feel unsafe faces no repercussions.

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Jose Labrador
Nov 11, 2020
No racism should be tolerated at any institution

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Yes I
Nov 11, 2020
FAU has turned a blind eye to this act of hate. A college who prides itself on its diversity and diversity programs. Well if you pride yourself on such respect towards your diverse community, then act and expel someone who openly hates it and promotes this hate amongst his peers for the community to see. I don’t not understand why students are penalized more for plagiarism than these disgusting acts of hate towards the black community.

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Gia Stanley
Nov 11, 2020
Ryan Richards, Kari Ryan, and any other student that believes it’s acceptable to say racist things and have no action taken against them shows what is wrong in the world. FAU show your support to your diverse student population and expel this student.

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Gia Stanley
Nov 11, 2020
This is absolutely horrendous. FAU is supposed to be a school of inclusivity and diversity. Having an openly racist student on campus and not doing anything about it shows how much FAU does not care.

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lisa ramirez
Nov 10, 2020
Consequences when weaponizing free speech to oppress minorities are expected and justified. Hoes mad.