Officials at the University of Missouri tightened campus security Tuesday after threats made against activists surfaced on social media. One alleged threat was also called into the Black Culture Center during a student meeting with the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus and outgoing Chancellor Bowen Loftin. The phone call forced a brief lockdown at the building, according to a Black Caucus statement. The threats follow protests over racially charged incidents on campus that forced the resignation of University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe and demotion of Loftin, the university’s flagship campus chancellor.
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