December 10, 2022

Sorority sister who went viral for racist tirade just got what she deserves

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Harley Barber is on her way home to New Jersey after being expelled from the University of Alabama and de-lettered from her sorority.


Two separate videos of Barber went viral Tuesday, but not for the reasons she had hoped.  In both of them, she can he heard using the n-word repeatedly in lengthy racist tirades.

What’s even more damning, and perplexing, is that she recored and posted the videos herself.

In the first clip, she appears in a public restroom and decided to record video of the faucet that had been left running.

“We do not waste water…because of the poor people in Syria,” she says as she films the sink. “We don’t waste water. I love how I act like I love black people because I (expletive) hate (n-word) so that’s really interesting but I just saved the (expletive) (n-word) by shutting that water off.”

Needless to say, she faced an almost immediate backlash after she posted the video to her Instagram account.  To address the backlash, she recorded a second video and only made things worse.

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“(N-word) (n-word) (n-word). I don’t care if it’s Martin Luther King Day. I’m in the south now (expletive) so everybody can (expletive) off. I’m from New Jersey so I can say (n-word) as much as I want.”

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She also declared her love for her sorority, Alpha Phi, who acted swiftly once the videos became public and stripped her of their membership.

“Alpha Phi is a diverse, values-based organization and condemns the language and opinions in these videos,” wrote Linda Kahangi, executive director of Alpha Phi International Sorority, in a statement. “The Beta Mu chapter leadership and supporting alumnae moved quickly to address the offense, and Ms. Barber is no longer a member of Alpha Phi.”

“These remarks are ignorant and disturbing and in no way reflect the values of The University of Alabama,” Chris Bryant, a University of Alabama spokesman, said in a statement released soon after the videos became public. “This unfortunate behavior has been reported to the Office of Student Conduct as it does not align with the community expectations of students at the Capstone.”

Today, Barber told the New York Post that she had been expelled.  “I did something really, really bad,” Barber said.  “I don’t know what to do and I feel horrible. I’m wrong and there’s just no excuse for what I did.”

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“I feel horrible.  I feel so, so bad and I am so sorry.”

You can view the disgraceful videos below.


Peter Mellado

Peter Mellado is a writer, producer, and a branding and messaging specialist with over 15 years experience. He studied history at San Jose State University, and resides in Los Angeles.

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