Kent State University's Rock Painted Over Again With Hateful Message

Kent State University is considering the removal of a rock in front of their campus among other things after it was painted over for the third time this year with a hateful message.

Photos of the rock were circulating on social media as it said "Blacks have no home here," and now students are demanding changes.

University officials say they're appalled by the fact that people continue to use the rock for hateful messages, and they are investigating several resolutions like fencing the rock, adding security cameras and even removing it entirely.

A Black Lives Matter demonstration is slated for Thursday in response to the incident.