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Reality series about Black Greek life sparked boycott.
Two sororities had previously told members not wear the groups' letters or symbols at protests against the fatal police shootings of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
The University of Alabama student government association has voted in support of integrating Greek organizations on their campus.
Breezy's ancient Greek tat, Rick Ross's NBA ink and more.
Dillard University president and Greek Life scholar Walter M. Kimbrough blames graduated, non-student frats for encouraging hazing amongst undergraduates in Black fraternities.
On Jan. 15, 1908, Alpha Kappa Alpha, the first Greek-lettered African-American sorority, was founded on Howard University’s campus in Washington, D.C.
A spiritual leader of the African Hebrew Israelites dies; a Haitian political veteran is nominated for prime minister; and at least 10 die in a tragic fire aboard a Greek ferry.
Trayvon Martin’s family lawyer, Benjamin Crump, responds to Kobe Bryant; University of Alabama students vote against integration of Greek organizations; plus more national news.
The University of Alabama will issue a new deal that will allow Black women to be admitted into the school's historically white Greek organizations.
Chicago native calls Spike Lee's film "exploitative and problematic.”