Activists are reporting widespread hate crime incidents against Latinos, Black people, Muslims and the LGBTI community across the United States just only hours after Donald Trump was elected president.
According to activist Shaun King, one member of the LGBT community in North Carolina woke up to a message on his car that read, "Can't wait until your 'marriage' is overturned by a real president. Gay families = burn in hell. Trump 2016."
At Maple Grove Senior High School in Minnesota, students wrote "fuck niggers, whites only, make America great again" inside a bathroom.
On her Facebook page, Delaware-resident Ashley Boyer posted that she was threatened by four white men in a gas station who were discussing the election result and told her they were glad they wouldn't have to deal with Black people anymore.
According to Boyer, one man threatened to kill her while another took out his gun and pointed it at her, resulting in her breaking down in tears.
The University of Louisiana reported a female student was assaulted by two men wearing Donald Trump's signature cap that read "Make America Great Again."
According to the school, she was kicked while on the ground and her headscarf was torn while the suspects made obscene comments and stole her wallet.
At San Diego State University a Muslim student was attacked by two men who were talking about Donald Trump and the Muslim community. They stole her backpack, purse and her car keys and later took her car.
In a separate incident, Tayz Enriquez, a Latina woman in Greeley, Colorado, reported that she was subjected to racism and harassment in her school as some of her classmates shouted, "You're still here!." According to Enriquez, even after being removed from class the students yelled: "Trump 2016, build the wall."
"I have never felt so embarrassed and angry in my life," she said.
The New York University Tandon School of Engineering also reported that the door to the prayer room for Muslim students was scrawled with the word "Trump."