Racist Graffiti Found at Framingham State Bathroom

FRAMINGHAM – Earlier today, Friday, Feb. 1, Framingham State University Police received a report of racial bias-related graffiti written in the stall of a women’s bathroom in Horace Mann Hall.

Upon receiving the report, the University said police immediately launched an investigation. That investigation included interviews with the reporting parties and ongoing review of camera footage in the area.

Members of the University’s Bias Education Response Team were assembled. 

“Framingham State is a diverse community that has zero tolerance for racism of any kind. We recognize that we draw strength from diversity and inclusion and that without it, our learning community would be severely diminished,” issued the school in a statement.  

This is not the first time racist graffiti or incidents have happen on campus.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact University Police at 508-626-4911.

If you wish to remain anonymous, please use the anonymous tip line by texting to 67283, and in the beginning of your message typing “FSUTIP” followed by a space and then your message.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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