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Public Service Announcement
Black Greeks, when will we learn?
Pledging and Hazing has been banned on the national level by all of the major Greek organizations.
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Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, Iota Phi Theta, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta
Sigma Theta, Delta Sigma Theta, Sigma Gamma Rho, and Zeta Phi Beta.
Help end hazing.
Students many times are offered two ways to join the fraternity: "paper" or "pledge". The paper way lacks respect in
the eyes of fraternity members, according to the statement. The pledge way would entail "mental, physical, and emotional
abuse," but "would grant you all the respect, benefits, and priviledges of the organization".
I do ask any of you, why any organization or member(s) of it, that seeks to align itself with african american or black culture,
would mimic so closely the institutuion of American slavery, down to details including whippings, beatings, herding,
verbal humiliation, forced servitude, psychological humilation, social humiliation, sleep deprivation, and even the branding
of flesh, is really anyone's guess. Perhaps it's all in the name of developing a sense of "brotherhood," as
they say?! Brotherhood? Sisterhood? The dangers? Maybe a few people found out too late....
Did you know? In 1988 an 18-year-old
Morehouse College student died hours after eyewitnesses said he was punched in the chest and slapped in the face during an
Alpha Phi Alpha pledging ritual.
Did you know? Morehouse College, Atlanta,
Georgia - Freshman Joel Harris, 18, dies of heart failure during a late-night pledging incident off-campus involving a chapter
of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.
Did you know? 1996, Kappa Alpha Psi agreed to pay $2.25 million to the parents of
a Southeast Missouri State University student who died in 1994 after a pledge ceremony, commonly called a "set" or "session."
Did you know? In 1991, two Phi
Beta Sigma men at Clark Atlanta University were accused by the Atlanta Police Department of hitting three initiates. Phi Beta Sigma fraternity was suspended pending an investigation of
the alleged hazing of 21-year old sophomore Roderick Green, and 20-year old Willie Mingo. Each contend that they were beaten
with a wooden paddle about the buttocks and kidney areas, resulting in kidney damage to both. Also confirmed hospitalization
of one the men.
Did you know? Approximately one year later, on the same campus,
10 student members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity are arrested
on charges of hazing after beating James Albert Bush, 20, with their hands, fists, rubber tires and a wooden paddle, also
resulting in severe kidney damage, as well as bruises to his calves and arms.
Did you know? That in 1997, because
of hazing incident( involving Sylvester Lloyd), Alpha Phi Alpha
no longer has it`s alpha chapter (original)? What were they accused of? Kicking, punching, slapping, choking,
and thrown Mr. Lloyd into a wall, and paddlings with a one and a half inch thick wooden board, which in the end sent
him to the hospital. It`s prized Cornell chapter by Cornell University, the Alpha Chapter`s status as a recognized fraternity was revoked and Cornell attempted to sell the chapter`s
house at 409 Elmwood Avenue. The chapter was re-instated in 2003. After the Alpha's
begged for another chance...
more details here..
Did you know? The University
of Maryland at College Park - 24 members of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity
chapter were arrested and charged with hazing after six pledges are brutalized in a rite of initiation. Police accounts reveal
that the would-be members were kicked, punched, beaten and whipped over a two-month period, resulting in serious injuries
requiring the hospitalization of all of the victims. The most seriously injured pledge suffered a ruptured spleen and a collapsed
lung, while another was treated for liver damage, cracked ribs and a punctured eardrum resulting in a 70-percent loss of hearing.
Other reported injuries among the six young men included a fractured ankle and a concussion.
Did you know? Southern University, Baton
Rouge, La. - during an initiation meeting of prospective members, a "big brother" of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity hits 23-year-old Derone Walker over thehead with a frying
pan, blinding him. Doctors are unsure whether Walker will ever regain his sight.
you know? Cybil Thomas said repeated beatings of her 20-year-old son in thename of brotherhood (by LSU`s chapter
of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity)
left him with an open
wound 7 inches around and a half-inch deep on his buttocks that required two surgeries, including a skin graft, to repair.
In one operation, the open wound, originally about 3 inches around, was cleaned and the dead and damaged skin removed. That
left a wound more than 7 inches in diameter, large enough to almost cover one buttock cheek.
you know? Kent State University, Kent, Oh. - The university was forced to ban black greek sponsored dances and
parties because of a series of fights involving the Kappa Alpha Psi,
Omega Psi Phi and Phi
Beta Sigma fraternity members. for more details click here..
Did you know? Kristin High, 22, and Kenitha Saafir,
24, drowned September 9 at Dockweiler State Beach near Playa del Rey. The women were both students at California State University,
Los Angeles, and were pledging the Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Sorority. High was the mother of a 2-year-old and was engaged to
be married. Several members of the sorority were with them that night, along with two other pledges, according to the lawsuit
by theHigh family. Saafir and High were "blindfolded and tied bytheir hands and their bodies and led into the rip tide conditions
of the ocean," the family`s lawsuit says. "That night, the waves were cresting at 6 to 8 feet and creating a strong under-current
resulting from rip-tide." The sorority is presently being sued for 100 million dollars.
Did you know? Joseph
T. Green, 25, died after he collapsed on the track of a local high school before dawn on Jan. 29, 2001. Nashville medical
examiner Bruce Levy concluded last March that Green, whowas admitted to the hospital with a temperature of 103.7, died of
acuteasthma and overheating after he was ordered to jog and perform calisthenics during a fraternity initiation. Consequently,
a $15 million lawsuit filed against Omega Psi Phi fraternity.
Did you know? The University of Florida at Gainesville - Phi Beta Sigma and Kappa Alpha Psi Pfraternities are suspended indefinitely because members
of each hurled vulgar profanities at each other, kicked in doors, fought with fists and canes and exchanged gunfire at an
off-campus apartment building. The confrontation was over, of all things, which had the best step show skills, and the finest
clothing (So much for the next generation of intellectuals).
Did you know? If you
ever apply for membership you have to sign a document stating that you will not submit yourself to pledging, pre-pledging
or the sort! If you do participate you could be barred from attaining membership within the organization.
Did you know? Norfolk State
University (Va.) - A student pledging Omega Psi Phi complains
about both sides of his jaw being broken, and the chapter is banned from campus. The university later suspends all of its
fraternities and sororities after widespread reports of hazing continue.
Did you know? March 2004, University of
Toledo student,Jonetta Reed , is suing the school and the president of a Sigma Gamme Rho for injuries she said
were caused in a hazing incident last year. Ms. Reed said she was bruised and suffered internal bleeding
because of the paddling (occuring in March 2004) and underwent emergency medical treatment for the injuries. The
university, the National Pan-Hellenic Council, and the international headquarters of the sorority also were named as defendants.
Did you know? 1998, the Kappa Alpha Psi chapter at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Princess Anne allegedly started
an unauthorized initiation of five new members, according to news accounts. The plan was to schedule underground "pre-pledging"
and "post-pledging" processes before and after the official MIP, which started at the end of February and ended March 8. The
underground pledging brought the process to about eight weeks.
sessions, each Kappa would usually paddle the new pledgesthree
times, according to newspaper accounts. Depending on how many alumni brothers showed up for the fun, pledges were hit anywhere
between 15 and 45 times a night every night for two months, according to those same accounts.
The five line-brothers,
who had each paid about $500 in dues, tried to remain steadfast. But Marcus Polk finally went to a campusnurse, who discovered
that the Kappa's had broken so many of the veins in his
backside that the pooling blood had coagulated into huge lumps beneath his oozing, broken skin. He had a life-threatening
gangrene infection and was taken to Peninsula Medical Center for surgery to remove two 4-inch hunks of dead flesh from his
behind, according to news reports.
|an alleged hazing victim
|an alleged hazing victim
Did you know? Five members
of Kappa Alpha Psi beat and hospitalized a pledge
at Georgia State University in March. According to news accounts, they had been arrested.
you know? A Phi Beta Sigma pledge at Michigan StateUniversity
suffered kidney damage after being paddled inMarch. According to the Associated Press, to avoid accusations of hazing, the
chapter`s president claimed that the pledge was already a member and had been voluntarily "trading wood" in a hitting contest
to see who was toughest.
Did you know? A Phi Beta Sigma pledge was treated in May after being beaten at West Virginia University, where another
fraternity, Omega Psi Phi , had been banned for hazing in 1996.
Did you know? An Alpha
Phi Alpha pledge was hospitalized at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, where the chapter had already received a five-year
suspension for beating a student in 1994. It was later discovered that the brothers running the process were from an entirely
different campus and had never sent the pledges` dues to Alpha headquarters.
know? An Omega Psi Phi pledge was hospitalized
after being beaten at Mississippi State University in February.
Did you know? A
Delta Sigma Theta sorority pledge was placed into an intensive
care unit after she was hazed at Norfolk State University in Virginia. In May, an appeals court judgeupheld Norfolk`s decision
to expel nine Deltas involved in the incident. Two were just weeks from graduation.
know? In April, the Zeta Phi Beta sorority was thrown
off the University of South Florida campus for four years after being charged with paddling pledges.
Did you know?
On November 15, 2003, Braylon Curry, a student at Southern Methodist University was hospitalized after ingesting
large amounts of water in what is said to be a hazing incident. Curry was pledging Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, he was admitted to Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas Saturday and had fallen
into a coma by mid-morning. Doctors told police, he was suffering from pulmonary edema, a condition where water enters
the lungs, and hyponatremia, a sodium imbalance brought on by excess fluid consumption. 3 members
of Alpha Phi Alpha were arrested, and 5 were sought in fraternity
hazing. Arrested were Southern Methodist University students Cornelius
Smith, 22, and Brandon Perry, 21; and former student Uche Kalu, 23.
Several months earlier,excessive
water consumption was blamed in the March death of Walter Dean Jenning, an 18-year-old student at Plattsburgh State University
in New York. Ten students were expelled and eight others were ordered suspended. Authorities said fraternity members forced
Jennings and a fellow pledge to drink water through a funnel until they vomited.
know? A Phi Beta Sigma Brian Chambers (from
St John's Univeristy) pledge and current member was so brutally paddled in a dark Queens park that he awoke the next day to
find blood in his urine (severely he suffered kidney failure). "They would have to bend forward from the waist, stick their
backside out with their hands in front protecting their genitals while the defendant took the paddle and whacked them in the
backside over and over."Brian Chambers, so savagely with a wooden paddle that he was hospitalized for two weeks.Anthony Dabreu,
25; Matthew Fraser, 24, and Phillipe Moreau, 32, all members of the Phi
Beta Sigma fraternity were arrested but not convicted of the sole charge, second-degree assault. With the criminal
trial over, Hancock raised the possibility that St. John's could now be sued by Chambers.
Did you know? Every year
since 1970 in the United States, at least one fraternity or sorority member or pledge has died because of hazing or alcohol
abuse, said Hank Nuwer, authorof the book "Wrongsof Passage: Fraternities, Sororities, Hazing and Binge Drinking."
Did you know? More than 40 states have outlawed hazing. Large financial settlements have caught the
attention of Greek organizations and their college sponsors, leading many universities to ban the groups outright. More than
80 pledges (potentially brilliant minds) have died in pledge activities in the last 12 years during rites that
involved binge drinking, beatings and extreme physical exertion; there's still no shortage of Black collegians who feel that
they need to identify with something-to belong.
Did you know?it is against federal
law to haze someone! You could lose your financial aid if you haze someone else? Federal Hazing Prohibition Act of 2003
Did you know? black fraternities and sororities in this country are older than General Motors? Older
than AT&T. But have no real power because most black fraternities and sororities are predicated on a lot of craziness.
Do black Greek fraternities
as we know them truly wield any real political or economic clout?
If so, when will they come to realize that
and begin to exercise some ofit? Have the numerous chapters of these organizations nationwide collectively come forward lately
to voice an opinion or to take a position on any serious issue relative to the black community in America? And if so, why
aren`t the masses of black people aware of it? Have our beloved "Greeks" embraced any pertinent cause of recent years, come
together as a unified force and taken some visible effective organized action either to positively influence or to effect
Did you know? In
states that have laws against hazing consent of the victim can't be used as a defense in a civil suit. This is because even if someone agrees to participate in a potentially hazardous action it may not be true consent when
considering the peer pressure and desire to belong to the group.
Sometimes things do go wrong and sometimes old heads forget their own
pledge processes and take their antics beyond the limits of acceptability, harming the very people they are trying to imbue
with all the positives their organizations represent. I mean, really, what does a face swipe and chest thump or licking someone's
cracking, dusty, funky, spray-painted boots have to do with remembering the day any organization was incorporated by the federal
government? And these excesses are mild in comparison to those that end in injury or death.
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