The University of Virginia chapter of the Delta Psi fraternity was called out for holding a 'racist' Cops and Robbers themed party.
Attire for the party was police outfits and orange jumpsuits. When offended students learned of the event, they protested and confronted party-goers, leading the fraternity to call the actual police.
As College Fix reports, the U.Va. Students United group posted on Facebook that, “The members of the frat wore orange jumpsuits, with bandanas tied around their heads, chains, and tattoos drawn on their arms. These “costumes” make a joke of mass incarceration and the prison-industrial complex, systems that disproportionately brutalize people of color.”
The whining post continued saying, “The predominantly white members of this fraternity got to take their costumes off at the end of the night, people trapped in the prison system do not. The women wore “sexy” cop outfits complete with hats and badges, some inexplicably had tear drop tattoos drawn on their face.”
The group also didn't care the attendees were just having fun and meant no offense. “It’s this kind of willful ignorance that allows white supremacy to continue,” they bitched.
Eventually, Inter-Fraternity Council President Henry Crochiere admitted that the event was “potentially offensive” to the campus community. Then again, what isn't to these lunatics?
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