Women Claim They Were Excluded From a Yale Party Due to the Color of Their Skin

yaleSeveral women students at Yale University have alleged that members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity barred them from entering the fraternity house for a Halloween party. The women students said that a guard at the door to the fraternity house told them, “We’re only looking for White girls.” When news of the incident was spread on social media, several other students reported that they too had been turned away from functions at the fraternity house due to a “Whites only” policy.

Members of the fraternity denied that a “Whites only” policy was in effect. However, it should be noted that earlier this year members of the same fraternity at the University of Oklahoma were caught on video chanting, “You can hang him from a tree, but he’ll never sign with me. There will never be a nigger at SAE.” The University of Oklahoma students admitted that they had learned the chant at a national meeting of the fraternity.

The fraternity was founded at the University of Alabama in 1856. The Yale University chapter was founded in 1988.

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  1. Black people in this country need to realize that its certain places or activities that Whites do not want you around. Is it wrong, no! The fact remains that people have the right to associate with or allow certain people or groups in their respective “White spaces”. Is it legal, that depends.

    In my view, Blacks are being socially engineered to believe we live in a “post racial” society, such individuals will continue to have their feelings hurt when they are told “you’re not wanted here”.

    • How is it not wrong? You can not tell students from the university who were accepted into the same school with the same requirements that they are not allowed inside because of the color of their skin. If you do not want to be around a black person, by the way who is no different from you, then keep your ass at your house. stay there because nobody wants you there

    • And entitiled white imbeciles without a speck of common sense need to realize that the real world will not cater to you. You actually do not get to pick and choose who exists in your universe unless you sit your childish ass in your parents bedroom and stay there. You actually do not get to disrespect other humans because they make you uncomfortable and there not be consequences. You have the mentality of a spoiled adolescent and the sooner you realize that you have no right whatsoever to abuse other people freely the better off you’ll be. Your sad hurt little feelings and temper tantrums are not more important than systematic racism.

  2. Freedom of association includes the right to choose who you will or won’t associate with-
    the fascist control freaks who want to regulate everything and everyone in sight may have to get used to living in a free society, where rights are not subject to little tin God Greek-haters and their current fads.

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