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SAE lesson plan

In March of 2015 members of the Oklahoma chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity were caught on video singing a chant that was demeaning to African Americans. The racist overtones of the chant contained the use of the N word as well as referencing the lynching of black men.  This act put the fraternity in the national spotlight and further investigations have shown that this is not the first time members of this fraternity have been accused of racist activities. While it can’t be assumed that every member of the fraternity is racist the question we ask here at Practical learning online is: Does a racist culture exist within the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity or is this an isolated incident?

Lesson Plan Objective:


  1. To provide the student/user with the description of the event.
  2. What is the problem with the event?
  3. Who is involved in the event?
  4. Reactions to the event.
  5. Provide the student with the tools to determine if a racist culture exists within the organization.

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