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Alpha Psi Lambda National, Inc. Stands United With Latino Students At The University of Lynchburg

Alpha Psi Lambda National, Inc. Stands United With Latino Students At The University of Lynchburg

Alpha Psi Lambda National, Inc. extends its support to our members, the Latino students at the University of Lynchburg, and the greater community affected by recent events. The incident that occurred last week involving students who hosted an on-campus party that enforced culturally insensitive stereotypes is unacceptable. We are concerned to hear from students that this is not an isolated event. While we acknowledge that efforts to educate students on diversity have been made available, we urge the administration to give its students a voice to address these incidents. We applaud Darian Geddis and Laura Arriaza, current Lynchburg Affiliate Chapter President, for opening this dialogue with local media. We call on the community to join its students on their walkout this Wednesday to stand in solidarity and take action.

As members of the Latino community, we call on the University of Lynchburg to increase its efforts to change the culture of the campus and proactively protect students of all identities. Alpha Psi Lambda will continue to advocate for the needs and concerns of the Hispanic/Latino students.

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Alpha Psi Lambda responds to Hurricane Harvey


Alpha Psi Lambda National, Inc. extends its thoughts to all those who were impacted by Hurricane Harvey and we extend our deepest sympathies to those who have suffered a tragic loss of life.

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Alpha Psi Lambda's Thoughts on Charlottesville

A message from the National Executive Board of Alpha Psi Lambda National Inc.

Alpha Psi Lambda stands against racism, intolerance, and violence. We condemn the acts of bigotry and hatred displayed by white supremacist groups this past weekend at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Our thoughts are with the victims and communities impacted by these events. 

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