From Coast to Coast – Pi Delta Psi Fraternity Stands United In Solidarity to Stop Asian Hate at Rallies Across Nation

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From Coast to Coast – Brothers of Pi Delta Psi Fraternity across the nation attended #StopAsianHate marches and rallies this past weekend including brothers and alumni of Georgia State University, Stonybrook University, New York University, George Mason University, and University of California, Riverside, among others.

Protests and vigils calling for an end to violence against Asian Americans were held around the country on Saturday following this weekโ€™s deadly shootings at Atlanta-area spas. Hundreds of people gathered near the Georgia State Capitol, with some demonstrators carrying signs declaring โ€œStop Asian Hate.โ€

Eight people, including six women of Asian descent, were killed in shootings at three Atlanta-area spas on Tuesday night. The fact that six of the eight victims were women of Asian descent has prompted calls for the suspect to be charged with hate crimes.

Georgia State University

Stonybrook University – Delta Chapter brothers in NYC

Stonybrook University – Delta Chapter brothers in NYC

These violent incidents against Asians in America, the hateful Anti-Asian rhetoric and stereotypes must end.

George Mason University

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” – Helen Keller. Brothers from the GMU Alpha Gamma Chapter attended a vigil in honor of those who died in Atlanta


University of California Riverside – Alumni

Pledge Brothers Jacob Satayaviboon aka 3Com and Daniel Jang aka Charmander (Spring 2002 Rho Chapter) University of California, Riverside at the Diamond Bar rally –

โ€œEven in one of the most diverse areas of the country, crimes against Asians are still happening. We canโ€™t take the benefit of diversity for granted. We have to stand against the hate, we have to rock the boat for those who are underrepresented. We also need involvement … writing to our local leaders for them to denounce this hate. For them to stand up and pass legislation that wonโ€™t tolerate such hate.โ€ – Jacob Satayaviboon

NYU Zeta Chapter

โ€œThere is no room for hate, especially in New York Cityโ€ – Christopher Li, NYU Zeta Chapter

University of Minnesota – Alumni

Brother Bill Lu of University of Minnesota chapter at a Remembrance Ceremony for the Atlanta8 in Des Moines, Iowa and standing in Greek Unity with a brother of Pi Alpha Phi.

Pi Delta Psi Fraternity calls for solidarity against the racism, hatred, hate speech, violence, and stereotyping of Asian American Women, Asian Americans, and sex workers. We demand action from elected officials to provide support to the AAPI community and to publicly acknowledge and take a stance of ZERO tolerance towards any and all of these instances.

This year, the national board of Pi Delta Psi Fraternity has directed its chapters to fundraise for the nonprofit Stop AAPI Hate ( as a national philanthropy and to raise awareness regarding Asian hate crimes.


Founded in 1994, Pi Delta Psi Fraternity, Inc. and its over 3000 members seek to bring about Asian-American unity by breaking down cultural barriers amongst Asian communities through upholding and instilling four pillars: academic achievement, cultural awareness, righteousness, friendship, and loyalty. Pi Delta Psiโ€™s mission statement also advocates an increase in education and awareness of Asian cultures as a means of overcoming racism.