Last academic year The University of Wisconsin Eau Claire saw two racists acts on campus that targeted an Ojibwe student and members of the campus' black empowerment group.
The first happened in September when a student living in the dorms found a message left on her North Hall dormroom door. It said "go back to the rez" followed by racial slurs.
Two months later in November, several football players were suspended after a thread of racists messages that included a photo of a burning cross targeting black students.
Dr. Warren Anderson, the Vice Chancellor of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Student Affairs at UWEC sat down with News 18's Katie Phernetton to talk about how these types of incidents are handled and how they are moving forward.