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University of Alabama Sorority Elects First Black President

The University of Alabama sorority system continues to right its wrongs with its segregated past. Sigma Delta Tau, a historically Jewish sorority, has elected their first Black president, Hannah Patterson. The 22-year-old has been a member of the organization for a year and doesn’t believe race played a role in her being elected. Several of the school’s sororities were called out previously for allegedly banning Black applicants. (Photo: FOX News 6)

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