Student sues WSU after being target of racially and gender charged incidents

PULLMAN, Wash. – A Washington State University student filed a lawsuit saying school officials did nothing to help her after several racially charged incidents and actually contributed to the problem.

Dominque Stewart in the lawsuit outlines several instances where university officials did not help her after two incidents involving white male students and the resulting fallout.

According to court documents, Stewart, an African-American, attended a party at the Phi Delta Theta fraternity house back in February of 2015. There, a man yelled at her “Why are all these n****r b******s around my house?” She said she asked him why he would say that and he responded “I said get the f***k away from me, you n****r b****h” and slammed the door in her face.

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