Students at Eastern Michigan University gathered once again to protest the racist graffiti that was recently discovered on campus.
Sophomore Desmine Robinson organized the event after one of his Caucasian classmates asked what could be done to address the issue.
"A lot of the rioting and the violence--it kind of scares people. And no one wants to be attached to something that scares them. And I really don't agree with violence. I'm more of an MLK guy."
EMU police officers, as well as staff, joined the students in the march to show their support.
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