‘Sometimes it’s like we’re not there’: Black students reflect on exclusion in Greek community - The Crimson White

The University of Alabama has one of the largest sorority and fraternity communities in the United States. But despite Greek life being a cornerstone of campus life, disparities between traditional white Greek organizations and Black ones are stark. For many Black students, attempts from administration to bridge these gaps have come off as performative.

According to the University of Alabama’s Division of Student Life, the University’s Greek community makes up over 35% percent of…

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