Phi Mu collegian Laurel Steinetz, a student at Baldwin Wallace College, stepped up to produce the video for the Think About It initiative as an intern. Laurel is passionate about raising awareness for social sensitivity. (Read an interview with Laurel here.)
Both videos include quotes, audio, and video from almost 50 Phi Mus in multiple states. They represent the thoughts and feelings of Phi Mu collegiate women, who hope to prevent people from making choices that offend others and negatively impact our communities.
The Phi Mus featured in this video answered the call “if offensive costumes and theme parties spark something in you, we are looking for members who are willing to speak up, voice their concerns, and share why you are taking action against offensive Halloween costumes.”
Phi Mu supports their original, unscripted opinions on this topic. We are proud of our members who embody the directive of our Creed to “be to others what we would, they would be to us.”
If you share their passion, and would like to further support this effort, please tweet your “I’m all in because…” message or video to @phimufraternity or post it on our Phi Mu Facebook wall.