Signs that read:
“Will mow lawn for weed and beer”
“I don’t cut grass, I smoke it”
Mexican-themed sorority party, members dressed up in ponchos, mustaches and sombreros and got their "racist-on."
This picture demonstrated that all a group of college educated women could come up with as cultural representation for their Southern neighbors were serapes, sombreros, ponchos and racist slogans.
"Chi Omega believes that dignity, self-esteem, and respect are inalienable rights of each individual and neither endorses nor condones behavior that violates our organization’s policy on human dignity or the basic tenets of our Sisterhood...
The Fraternity believes that personal degradation has no place in our organization, even if such behavior is meant facetiously or in jest."
~ Whitney Heckathorne, Director of Communications for Chi Omega.
But at least nobody wore "BLACKFACE." Maybe next year after all #YOLO??
Female Duke lacrosse player wears BLACKFACE, in and incident early this year.
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