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Why do historically black fraternities and sororities seem to haze

more and worse than their historically white counterparts? I realize that there are always exceptions to every rule but the black fraternities and sororities always seem to haze really bad. I can remember when I was in college and there were some Q dogs that lived in the same apartment building that I did and you could hear them beating pledges. I knew another guy that was in Alpha Phi Alpha and he told me some shite he had to do in his pledgeship and it was fricking medieval type shite.

Sorority Hazing triggers busts, lawsuits

Sigma Gamma Rho doesn't frick around. Snitches get stitches......



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black fraternities


You are so fricking racist.


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re: Why do historically black fraternities and sororities seem to haze
Lived with a Q. They actually get branded like animals.


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re: Why do historically black fraternities and sororities seem to haze
Paper or WOOD brah.... Paper or Wood


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I can remember when I was in college and there were some Q dogs that lived in the same apartment building that I did and you could hear them beating pledges.


Is it just urban legend, or are the dudes with two Omegas branded on their arms really the ones who cried out or flinched when getting the first one?


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a friend of mine is/was an AKA at Alcorn. They did some messed up stuff to their pledges.


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Why do historically black sororities seem to haze
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Sorority Hazing triggers busts, lawsuits
Sounds like it makes the girls' breasts grow.


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Cajun Revolution
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re: Why do historically black fraternities and sororities seem to haze
I lived with the Chapter head...he had them. He didn't seem like a pussy.


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Catman88
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historically black fraternities


Does this mean that they allow white kids to join now?



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Does this mean that they allow white kids to join now?


If a white person ever decided to joing a black frat or sorro, I believe they would receive the worse possible hazing that's ever been dished out. If I was white, I would never consider this at all


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the same AKA i mentioned earlier and I were in the mall once and we saw a white she devil wearing an AKA sweatshirt. She ran over to her and began quizzing the hell out of her about their founders and other stuff.

whitey ended up being legit


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Why do historically black fraternities and sororities seem to haze
more and worse than their historically white counterparts?


Very similar to gang initiations?


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Wildcat
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re: Why do historically black fraternities and sororities seem to haze
slavery.


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PJinAtl
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I don't knwo why that seems to be the case, ro why it seemes to be (oftern times) overlooked or given a silent ok.

I remember when I started at Auburn, the book with information on virtually everything at the University you could imagine had a section dealing with frats and sororities. it had a big section on hazing and how it was illegal to make pledges drink large amounts of alcohol, deprive them of sleep, etc. But there was a starred paragraph right after that that said that many of the historically black greek organizations had rituals that include branding and other initiation rites that were not considered hazing or out of bounds.


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I was straight wood

Shaq= Paper


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its called the double standard. where the hell have you been?


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The Gooch
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OK guys....here's the reason.....The whole concept is to give the pledge a small window/view of what slavey was about and how devastating it was to them mentally, physically and emotionally....The thought process behind that was that you would have a greater appreciation for your ancestors and what they sacrificed and it also put into perspective the severness of your "problems".I'm a member of black frat and I can tell you that was the most difficult thing I have ever done...and nothing is close. I still draw upon that experience to this day when I'm tested in life.....there's a saying "This is situation is fricked up but it aint as bad is pledging".......In terms of the branding.....that relates back to african tribes back in the day....they would brand themselves to show allegience to their tribe...no different....


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Bitches get stitches


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Duckie
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OK guys....here's the reason.....The whole concept is to give the pledge a small window/view of what slavey was about and how devastating it was to them mentally, physically and emotionally....The thought process behind that was that you would have a greater appreciation for your ancestors and what they sacrificed and it also put into perspective the severness of your "problems".I'm a member of black frat and I can tell you that was the most difficult thing I have ever done...and nothing is close. I still draw upon that experience to this day when I'm tested in life.....there's a saying "This is situation is fricked up but it aint as bad is pledging".......In terms of the branding.....that relates back to african tribes back in the day....they would brand themselves to show allegience to their tribe...no different....


So that's their excuse?


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Paper or WOOD brah.... Paper or Wood


explain


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