University of Georgia fraternity examined over racist video

University of Georgia fraternity examined over racist video

A University of Georgia fraternity is being examined over a video which distributed on social networks and revealed a few of its members buffooning slavery and utilizing a racial slur.

The video reveals a trainee striking another with a belt while stating the words “Choose my cotton” and after that a racial slur.

The UG Trainee Federal government Association stated in a declaration on Friday it knew the video of trainees “utilizing racist language and taking part in habits that mock the suffering of enslaved individuals”.

The university stated on Twitter the fraternity had actually been suspended by its nationwide company, and included: “The University of Georgia condemns bigotry in the greatest terms. Bigotry has no location in our school.”

The nationwide chapter for the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity stated it was “disgusted, horrified and outraged”.

” TKE will not endure any actions such as these that would be specified as racist, inequitable and/or offending,” the company stated, including that the members in the video were not on chapter properties when the occurrence took place and were not participating in a fraternity function.