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The Members of Phi Omicron Zeta are Finer Women and They Don’t Haze!

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated Official Statement Against Hazing

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. has a membership intake policy, which forbids all forms of hazing. Each prospective member is advised in writing that membership in Zeta does not require subjecting oneself to hazing. Prospective members are directed to refuse to participate in any hazing activity, and are directed to report all hazing and hazing attempts to the proper authorities. Members receive instructions in the intake process. The International President has the authority to discipline any member who does not follow the written intake procedure or violates the sorority’s policy against hazing. This authority includes the power to suspend and the power to set conditions for reinstatement.

Each prospective member is informed that hazing is against the sorority’s rules. Prospective members are directed to walk away from any hazing activity, and to report all attempts to haze to the proper authorities.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. cooperates with all civil and university authorities in the investigation of all alleged hazing incidents. Members and prospective members will be held responsible to the sorority for violations of policies against hazing and the sorority will pursue to the full extent allowed by law to obtain indemnification for damages caused by the activities of the members or prospective members who participate in illegal, unauthorized or prohibited conduct despite notice to refrain from such conduct.

NPHC Joint Position Statement Against Hazing

Phi Omicron Zeta Partner’s With Newton High for Anti Hazing Program

Phi Omicron Zeta plans to partner with Newton High School and provide an Anti-Hazing assembly at the school.  This proposal is in accordance with Zeta Phi Beta Sorority’s “Finer Women Don’t Haze” Initiative, in partnership with Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.’s global effort to eliminate the hazing culture from our society.

The proposed date to hold the assembly is during the 2013 fall semester.  Below is additional information on the assembly proposal:

~Rally will target the 11th and 12th grade students, so we focus on those students nearing the college experience.

~The Rally will be composed of the following:

  • Introduction and Purpose of Event; Skit (performed by Mr. Toran Kelton and the PHD drama team at NHS),
  • Speaker from Georgia State University to discuss anti- hazing;
  • Mini step-show performed by the Fort Valley State University Zetas and the Mercer University Sigmas,
  • Culminate event with a Q&A session and give away prizes such as gift cards to local restaurants.

~Goal of event is to be Fun, Informative and Engaging with the students attending.