It's Bigger On The Inside: Prejudice & Harassment On Campus After Charlottesville
Five months after the tragic events in Charlottesville, universities around the country have wrapped up their first semesters. But how has the dialogue changed at schools with students who were outed online as white supremacists and neo-nazis? How has this reality effected students of color's feelings of safety and ability to learn? And how have school officials addressed the free speech rights of right-wing hate-mongers while fostering diversity and inclusion?
In this special report, Zell follows up with the students and faculty of Washington State University and the University of Nevada-Reno to learn how people are coping with "trolling" from Alt-Right agitators, anti-semitic vandalism, and administrators who provide lip-service, but little action.