Eta Chapter chose MGC Traditions as our focused event this semester. It’s necessary and important to use the power of our voices to speak up and educate others about systemic racism and racial injustices.
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly amplified the hostility in America. Like the virus itself, racial violence has spread widely, increasing specifically towards Asian Americans. Lately, Asians have been targeted by derogatory and degrading language online and in person. Americans are dubbing this virus as the “Chinese virus,” which carries heavy racist implications and places blame
I am sure you all have felt the recent racial tensions occurring in our community during the tail of May. It is important for us to not ignore all that it is going on. It is our DUTY to confront these uncomfortable feelings in order to make our future society a better place. I promise
The Sisters of UIUC Charter executed a focus event this past/last Fall semester called “APhiG Discusses: Black Greek Council”. This panel-style, discussion-based event had a main focus of branching out to the Black Greek Council, where we explored the history and impact that the BGC organizations have had on the cultural greek community. The Brothers
Strolling is a visual representation of the bond that ties together members of an organization in a fashion close to stepping and sometimes even closer to modern dancing. Designed to show off African American culture and African roots, strolling is a longstanding tradition of multicultural Greeks. Beginning with (and mostly accredited to) Alpha Kappa Alpha’s