21 Black Women Accept Bids From Alabama Sororities

August 18, 2014

A year after the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa faced national criticism when the student newspaper reported on the longstanding exclusion of black women from the sorority system, the university is reporting progress in diversifying the chapters. AL.com reported that all 21 black women who registered for sorority rush accepted bids on Saturday. The 2,054 new sorority women who have now accepted bids included, in addition to the black women, 190 other minority women.


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