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"The guys were all about using the n-word with the hard ‘r’ in a white-washed frat party, seemingly all in jest, with the right angle of avoidance. But when [ex- UGA Football Player who is a Black man] came through, it was all warm welcomes and how ya doin my guy. The two faced tango was a magic trick, a hypnosis of normalcy so strong that you barely notice the whiplash..."
"When I walked outside I saw at least 30 other black people frustrated for being kicked out as more black people walked out behind us. Some walked up to us and said she was so sorry because she realized what they were doing and decided to leave if they were kicking out all of the black people and earlier that night they kicked out all that Asians ."
"...multiple members of both Panhellenic and IFC executive boards sat on tables and on the stage behind a group of members of multicultural fraternity and sorority members performing step. Despite the fact that this group of performers was large and exceptionally organized, almost all of the white exec members behind them sat laughing, filming, and whispering to each other."
"We kept walking in and just stood there nodding to the music, one guy introduced us to the vast amount of drinks, but then 2 white guys came up tp us and asked us to leave? We had just gotten there and we were confused, their excuse was “sorry guys you have to leave” we asked why, and the other guy said “who invited you guys?”