UGA Black Affairs Council, LGBT Resource center targets of hate speech

The Facebook pages of the University of Georgia's  Black Affairs Council and LGBT Resource Center were the targets of hate speech on Sunday, according to a report in the Red & Black student newspaper.

Someone who identified himself as Matthew Robert Williams posted on the BAC page , “Why can’t you dumb dirty niggers stop stinking up the place? Let UGA be RIGHT for good WHITE Christian students.”

Then on the LGBT Resource Center's page the person posted, “Burn in hell faggots.”
The posts were removed quickly and an administrative investigation is under way. Williams filed a report with the UGA police saying his identity was stolen and he was not responsible for the postings.

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[Photos] Dyke March attracts a cheerful, diverse crowd

The Dyke March at Atlanta Pride never fails to disappoint.

Hundreds of women, transgender individuals, queers, men and several babies marched the traditional route from the Charles Allen entrance of Piedmont Park to Peachtree Street then to 14th Street and back into the park.