A number of unidentified individuals allegedly crashed a Zoom meeting of the California Polytechnic State University’s Chinese Students’ Association (CSA) club and hurled racial slurs.
The group encountered racist individuals during their weekly CSA Zoom meeting on Tuesday night, according to a statement posted on the CSA’s official Facebook group.
An AP Chinese class from Newton South High School in Massachusetts is the third victim this month of “Zoombombing.“
Lanlan Chen, who goes by Ms. Chen, was teaching her class of 15 over a Zoom video call on April 15 when the shared screen was flooded with racially charged slurs and coronavirus-fueled hate comments.
“Zoombombing,” a new type of trolling done by crashing on Zoom video calls, is now being used by racist individuals to spew hateful comments against Asians.
Members of the Filipino American student organization Andrés Bonifacio Samahan at San Diego State University were recently harassed by these so-called “Zoombombers,” reported KFMB.
A queer Asian chef in North Carolina reportedly endured homophobic and racist slurs while hosting a recent cooking class via Zoom.
J. Chong, a sous chef at a local restaurant, was 30 minutes into her spinach pesto-making class when a wave of newcomers joined, but only to attack her with malicious comments.