Local Frats Crowdfund Monument Honoring Bros That Knocked over Frederick Douglas Statue

ROCHESTER, NY – After months of planning and fundraising a team of frats from St. John Fisher, The University Of Rochester, and RIT, unveiled their statue depicting the iconic scene of the Fisher students who terrorized the Frederick Douglas statue this past December. The statue will commemorate white frat boys across the greater Rochester area and their reckless abandon of property, rights and human decency after crushing some cold ones and sending it all day.

“We believe there is a rich history of frat boys and day drinking that is the pillar to the success of our festival season every summer here, so we wanted to honor these brave students who show exemplary drinking prowess and white privilege with this as a token of our appreciation,” said Festival Councilman Harold Jones.

The statue will not only reenact the scene of the two Fisher students trucking the Frederick Douglas statue over but also will be equipped with wheels, making it mobile and able to travel to all Rochester festivals this summer where day drinking is partaking.

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