Columbia Responds to Noose Incident Earlier this week, a black Columbia University professor found a noose hanging on her office door, prompting protests and a police investigation. There have been a series of such incidents. One was left in the bag of a black Coast Guard cadet; another at the University of Maryland; and yet another at a police locker room in Long Island.
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Columbia Responds to Noose Incident

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Columbia Responds to Noose Incident

Columbia Responds to Noose Incident

Columbia Responds to Noose Incident

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Earlier this week, a black Columbia University professor found a noose hanging on her office door, prompting protests and a police investigation. There have been a series of such incidents. One was left in the bag of a black Coast Guard cadet; another at the University of Maryland; and yet another at a police locker room in Long Island.

Ricco Wright, a doctoral student at Columbia's Teachers College, talks about what's going on at Columbia, and more.