Multiple HBCUs receive bomb threats for the 2nd day in a row

Howard University
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Several historically Black colleges and universities have received bomb threats for the second consecutive day, and at least the third time in the past month.

On Tuesday, Howard University said it had lifted a shelter-in-place directive after an investigation into a bomb threat made earlier that morning. A number of other historically Black colleges and universities also said they received bomb threats on Tuesday, including Morgan State University, Xavier University of Louisiana, Kentucky State University, and Alcorn State University.

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