Comments and threats were posted on a white supremacy website.
The messages were in response to Monday's rally for six African-American teens accused of beating a white classmate in Jena, Louisiana.
Instead of responding to the online posts, the Association of Black Students used them to open a dialog at Thursday night's meeting.
Leaders for the student group said they plan to continue to use the comments as a spring board to discuss race issues.
This from WLKY.com. (with Video)