Dallas Organization Wants U.S. Department Of Justice To Investigate SAE Chapters
DALLAS, Texas - A Dallas group calls on the US Department of Justice to investigate the entire Sigma Alpha Epsilon system.
This is in response to the video showing SAE members from OU singing a racist chant. A rally was held outside of one of those member's homes.
Members of a Dallas organization called the "Next Generation Action Network" want disgraced SAE members like Parker Rice to know there is no "free pass" and there are no "free rides."
Next Generation Action Spokesman Dominique Alexander said he wants Parker Rice, Levi Pettit and every other SAE who was on that bus Saturday singing about hanging black people from trees and spouting the "N" word to apologize in the flesh.
The SAE's were kicked off OU's Campus Monday.
Alexander's group is asking the US Justice Department to investigate SAE chapters nationwide for its alleged racist culture.
Former 3-time Dallas NAACP President Juanita Wallace said this awfulness comes at sensitive time.