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Possible active shooter at the US Air Force Academy - KVOA Tucson News

COLORADO SPRINGS - The United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs has closed all access to the campus and ordered a shelter in place for an active shooter situation. Reports started coming in around 10:30 p.m. local time as personnel on ...and more »

US warns Americans to avoid Cuba and slashes embassy staff after sonic attacks - The Guardian

US embassy in Havana will lose about 60% of its staff following sonic weapon attacks, while new travel warning says incidents have occurred in Cuban hotels. Julian Borger in Washington, Ashifa Kassam in Toronto and agencies. Fri 29 Sep 2017 11.40 EDT ...and more »

Air Force General Addresses Racial Slurs on Campus: 'You Should Be Outraged' - New York Times

The head of the Air Force Academy delivered a resounding message on Thursday in response to racial slurs that were found on the academy's campus, saying that if students could not treat their peers of different races with respect, “then you need to get ...and more »

'You Should Be Outraged,' Air Force Academy Head Tells Cadets About Racism On Campus - NPR

After racial slurs were scrawled outside black students' doors at the U.S. Air Force Academy's preparatory school, Superintendent Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria gathered all 4,000 cadets in a hall Thursday so they could hear one message: Treat people with ...and more »

After racial slurs at Air Force Academy, leader delivers powerful speech on race - Chicago Tribune

The leader of the Air Force Academy delivered a poignant and stern message on race relations in a speech to thousands of cadets after someone wrote racial slurs on message boards outside the dorm rooms of five black students. Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria ...and more »

Meet the Air Force general who delivered a powerful speech against racism - Washington Post

Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria had an important message for U.S. Air Force Academy cadets at a moment of crisis. Five black cadet candidates at the academy's preparatory school in Colorado Springs had found racial slurs written on the message boards on their ...and more »

Head of Air Force Academy Tells Racists to 'Get Out' After N-Word Written on Black Cadets' Dorm - Inside Edition

The head of the Air Force Academy is condemning racism after five black cadets on the campus found a hateful message, followed by the N-word, scrawled on their dormitory message board earlier this week. Read: Steelers Player Alejandro Villanueva ...and more »

Too bad Trump can't emulate the military when it comes to matters of race - Washington Post

“Go home n—-r.” That was left on the message boards outside the rooms of five African American cadets at the Air Force Academy's prep school outside of Colorado Springs on Thursday. Think of it as September's version of the “Jews will not replace us” ...and more »

Air Force Academy to Cadets: 'You Should Be Outraged' by Racial Slurs - TIME

The superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy addressed racism and told cadets to “get out” if they aren't respectful, after racial slurs were found written on prep school message boards. “If you're outraged by those words, then you're in ...and more »

Watch an Air Force general rebuke students over racism at Air Force Academy: Show respect or 'get out' - Business Insider

After racial slurs were found on dormitory message boards belonging to five black cadet candidates at the Air Force Academy Preparatory School this week, the academy's superintendent offered a harsh rebuke of racism, misogyny, and other forms of bigotry.and more »