Offended students at the University of Michigan called police after they caught a glimpse of 'traumatizing' messages written in chalk.
Messages such as 'Trump 2016', 'Build a Wall' and 'Stop Islam' were found to be hurtful and disturbing.
Rackham student Banen Al-Sheemary told The Michigan Daily, “This is so reflective of our student campus and the depths of racism and the things that students of color have to endure and that the administration is continuously silent on.”
Of course, nothing 'racist' had actually been written in chalk, because Islam isn't a race.
Al-Sheemary and other students claim they attempted to contact the University’s Division of Public Safety and Security, but had no luck.
“I’ve been getting bounced around from one person to another, and I understand it’s after hours, but there should be some kind of emergency number besides the police because a lot of students of color don’t feel comfortable calling the police,” she said.
One DPSS officer arrived at the scene around 6:45 p.m Wednesday, but told students nothing could be done because it was after hours.
As a result, students faced their fears and decided to clean up the 'offensive' messages themselves using water and paper towels.