SOURCE: Historical Transactions (Royal Historical Society)
by Taulby Edmondson
Although many White Greek Letter organizations have upheld white supremacy, the role of Black fraternities and sororities in advancing demands for more inclusive campuses makes it difficult to call for a blanket ban on the social organizations.
SOURCE: Harper's Bazaar
From suffrage to 2020’s vice presidential nominee, Black sororities have been part of the political process. But some sisters believe their actions could be bolder. Historian Paula Giddings discusses the significance of Black sororities and social clubs in fighting for voting rights.
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