A mother says her son was beaten, belted, waterboarded, and forced to take drugs during fraternity hazing. She shares how she’s worked to make hazing a felony.
Parents whose 20-year-old son died after a night of drinking during a fraternity pledge event at Bowling Green State University speak out for the first time since the trial in which two members were sentenced to jail. What do they say they want to happen?
A professor and expert on the psychology of hazing offers insight into why young men and women want to join fraternities and sororities – and why they stick through the process even when it may take a dark turn.
Hear about a text message exchange between fraternity brothers after a hazing event took a dark turn and left a freshman blind and unable to speak or walk.
A family whose son suffered severe brain damage and lost his eyesight and ability to speak, walk and care for himself after a fraternity hazing event says no one from the fraternity ever contacted them or apologized.
Since 2000, more than 60 young men have died from alcohol poisoning due to fraternity hazing. A lawyer for a young man who suffered brain damage and was left blind and unable to speak or walk says there are two things that may prevent fraternity hazing.
Dr. James Densley and Dr. Jillian Peterson join Dr. Phil on his “Phil in the Blanks” podcast to share what they have learned about the profile of school shooters.
A former white supremacist shares what drew him into the hate group – and why he decided to renounce his beliefs eight years later.
A woman who works with the California Civil Rights Department shares her thoughts about hate in America – and what we can do to start to change it.
A man says he was punched, kicked, beaten with a crutch, and pepper-sprayed on a New York City street – all because he is Jewish. Hear his story.