Here enters the controversy: The wedding brought unwanted national attention to the fact that some black fraternity members are gay and may be inclined to marry other men.
Given the controversy, Gay participated in a radio interview with Tom Joyner to clear up the misconceptions surrounding the wedding ceremony.
When she’s not at work, Armstrong enjoys participating in area road races, traveling to foreign countries, and watching really bad reality TV. Former Mayors John Street and Wilson Goode Sr., Councilman Derek Green, and public relations guru Bruce Crawley are all members of Kappa Alpha Psi, as is Street's lawyer son, Sharif.
Curiel, you may recall, is the judge whom the GOP presidential candidate has accused of being too biased to preside over lawsuits involving Trump University because of his Hispanic ethnicity. "Donald Trump may find out he's bitten off more than he can chew by assailing someone in our universe," warned Bruce Rush, a Kappa.
Gay also noted that the image of him photographed with his pledge brothers, performing their signature hand sign, was not intended to convey a "gay Kappa wedding." Rather, it was a mere show of brotherly solidarity and support.
The wedding's color scheme (red and white), as well as Gay and some wedding attendees holding aloft the same hand signs (representing a Playboy bunny), bespoke Gay's fraternal affiliation: Kappa Alpha Psi.Please call or email [email protected] more specific information.**See next question (FAQ page) for more shipping info on "made to order items".** ********** A T T E N T I O N ********** Pre-ordered backpacks will deliver mid-December 2017. This change became effective April 15, 1915, on a proclamation by the then Grand Polemarch, Elder Watson Diggs. Chartered and incorporated originally under the laws of the State of Indiana as Kappa Alpha Nu on May 15, 1911, the name was changed to KAPPA ALPHA PSI on a resolution offered and adopted at the Grand Chapter in December 1914.This does not include "Made to Order" or "Preorder" items (see FAQs).