Intruders post racist language in Oklahoma education meeting
April 24, 2020
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An online meeting of the Oklahoma State Board of Education was disrupted by an intruder or intruders posting racist and vulgar language that was visible to everyone watching.
The incident Thursday was the first "zoombombing" of a public body in Oklahoma, the Tulsa World reported. Zoombombing is when people who are not part of a group break into a Zoom meeting to post images, memes or comments..
State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister said it's a risk public bodies are taking while trying to maintain openness and transparency in government during the coronavirus pandemic....