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In Honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., A Collection of Fraternity Doucherats Proudly Flaunt their Racism

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | January 21, 2014 | Comments ()

It’s been awhile, so I don’t recall the exact details (and Google doesn’t go back that far), but in my college days at the University of Arkansas, I recall that one of the fraternities on campus was kicked off for hurling racial epithets at a passerby, who — it turned out — was a professor on campus, an ugly incident that reinforced a lot of the stereotypes about fraternities and the state of Arkansas. I’m sad to see that, this many years later, the same kind of racially inappropriate behavior is occurring in college frats, who will never be able to shed their stereotypes if Greek organizations — like the one at the University of Arizona — throw MLK parties in which the attendees wear basketball jerseys, flash gang signs, and drink out of watermelon cups.


Are you f**king kidding me with this? In 2014? Not just one isolated racist dipshit, but an entire collection of racist dipshits who saw fit to flaunt their racism, to have it photographed and posted to Instagram for all of their friends to see. The Instagram captions should just say, “Look! I’m a racist asshole! Tell all your friends! We are ignorant douchebags who chose this very occasion — one in which we honor our greatest civil rights leader — to take a huge sh*t on racial relations. Check us out, future employers!”

Fortunately, the fraternity was suspended for their actions. Hopefully, the students will be forced to work in the fast-food industry for the next two decades.

(via Jezebel)

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